Chapter 15. The PowerShell ISE and debugger

15.1 The PowerShell ISE
15.2 Using multiple PowerShell tabs
15.3 Extending the ISE
15.4 PowerShell script debugging features
15.5 The PowerShell v2 debugger
15.6 Command-line debugging
15.7 Summary

Big Julie: “I had the numbers taken off for luck, but I remember where the spots formerly were.”

Guys and Dolls, words and music by Frank Loesser

In the previous chapter, you learned how PowerShell deals with errors and how those features help you find bugs in your scripts. In this chapter, we’re going to look at more tools that help you create correct, reliable scripts. We’ll cover the graphical Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) as well as the debugger, both of which were introduced with PowerShell ...

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