Chapter 21. Creating objects for output

This chapter covers

  • “Objectifying” your output
  • Creating custom objects
  • Working with collections of properties

In the previous chapter, we showed you how to create a simple script and turn it into a function. We emphasized the need for scripts and functions to output only one kind of thing, and in those simple examples you found it easy to comply because you were running only a single command. But you’re doubtless going to come across situations where you need to run multiple commands, combine pieces of their output, and use that as the output of your script or function. This chapter will show you how: The goal is to create a custom object that consolidates the information you need and then output ...

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