Chapter 5. Navigating Core Windows PowerShell Structures

The core structures of any programming language determine what you can do with the available options and how you can use the programming language. The programming language at the heart of Windows PowerShell is C#, and the core structures of PowerShell include

  • Expressions and operators

  • Variables, values, and data types

  • Strings, arrays, and collections

Whenever you work with Windows PowerShell, you use these core structures. You’ll want to read this chapter closely to learn the core mechanics and determine exactly how you can put PowerShell to work. Because we discuss these ...

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