Tag: windows 7

May 19, 2009 / by Jeffery Hicks / Windows PowerShell / No Comments

Can I Get a Little Help Here?

One of my favorite features in PowerShell v2.0 is the ability to add help scripts and functions. The help system with cmdlets is terrific. Type help and the name of a cmdlet and you get syntax, parameters, a description and examples. In PowerShell v2 you can get this same functionality for your scripts and functions. The example I want to show you will work with PowerShell v2.0 that ships with WIndows 7 Release Candidate. There have been some changes since PowerShell CTP3 so if you want the absolute latest PowerShell bits you'll need Windows 7. Here's what you can look forward to.
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