Sneaky Aliases

love aliases in PowerShell because they make working in the interactive shell so much easier and faster. I've even created aliases for common apps I use like PrimalScript and PrimalForms so I can launch them from PowerShell with a few keystrokes. One drawback to aliases is that you can use them to reference any command that takes parameters. The alias can only substitute for the command. But there is a sneaky work around.
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