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Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches, Third Edition by Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks

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Chapter 26. Using someone else’s script

Much as we hope you’ll be able to construct your own PowerShell commands and scripts from scratch, we also realize that you’ll rely heavily on the internet for examples. Whether you’re repurposing examples from someone’s blog, or tweaking a script you’ve found in an online script repository such as the PowerShell Code Repository (http://PoshCode.org), being able to reuse someone else’s PowerShell script is an important core skill. In this chapter, we’ll walk you through the process we use to understand someone else’s script and make it our own.

Thanks

Credit goes to Christoph Tohermes and Kaia Taylor, who provided us with scripts to use in this chapter. We deliberately asked them for less-than-perfect ...

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