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PS > "http://SPServer01", "http://SPServer02" -eq "http://SPServer02" http://SPServer02
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-eq -ne -gt -lt -le -ge -like -notlike -match -notmatch -replace
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Description Equal to Not equal to Greater than Less than Less than or equal to Greater than or equal to Match using the wildcard character (*) Does not match using the wildcard character (*) Evaluates a regular expression against the operand on the left; returns True if the match is successful Evaluates a regular expression against the operand on the left; returns True if the match is not successful Replaces all or part of a value with the specified value using regular expressions
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The -ne operator returns True if the left value and the right value are not identical If the left side of the operation contains multiple values, the operator returns ones that do not match the value on the right
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PS > "http://SPServer01" -ne "http://SPServer01" False PS > "http://SPServer01","http://SPServer02" -ne "http://SPServer01" http://SPServer02
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The -gt operator returns True if the left value is greater than the right value The -ge operator returns True if the left value is greater than or equal to the right value
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PS > (Get-SPSiteAdministration -Identity http://SPServer01)UsersCount 9 PS > (Get-SPSiteAdministration -Identity http://SPServer01)UsersCount -ge 9 True PS > (Get-SPSiteAdministration -Identity http://SPServer01)UsersCount -gt 9 False
In this example, we use the Get-SPSiteAdministration cmdlet to retrieve the number of users of a site In this case, there are nine users We then use the ge operator to check if the number of users is greater than or equal to nine, which returns True Next, we check if the number of users is greater than nine, which returns False To see if the left value is less than the right value, use the -lt operator The le operator is for less-than or equal-to comparisons
PS > (Get-SPSiteAdministration -Identity http://SPServer01)UsersCount -lt 9 False PS > (Get-SPSiteAdministration -Identity http://SPServer01)UsersCount -le 9 True
The like and notlike operators are similar to the eq and ne operators, but instead of matching exact values, they allow wildcards to be used
PS > "http://SPServer01" -like "http://SPServer01" True PS > "http://SPServer01/Site" -like "http://SPServer01*" True
In the first example, we use the like operator to compare two identical strings Since the strings match, True is returned In the second example, we use a wildcard character when we compare the values The wildcard character matches any given character If the left side of the operation contains multiple values, the operator returns matching values, rather than True or False, as shown in the next example
PS > "http://SPServer01/internal/site1", >> "http://SPServer01/external/site1" -like "*external*" >> http://SPServer01/external/site1
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For case-sensitive evaluation, use the clike operator, as demonstrated here:
PS > "http://SPServer01" -clike "http://SPServer01" True PS > "http://SPServer01" -clike "http://SPSERVER01" False
The following examples demonstrate how to use the notlike operator
PS > "http://SPServer01" -notlike "http://SPServer01" False PS > "http://SPServer01/Site" -notlike "http://SPServer01" True PS > "http://SPServer01/Site" -notlike "http://SPServer01*" False
If the left side of the operation contains multiple values, the operation returns values that do not match, as shown here:
PS > "http://SPServer01/internal/site1", >> "http://SPServer01/external/site1" -notlike "*external*" >> http://SPServer01/internal/site1
The match and notmatch operators try to match one or more of the set of string values on the left side of the operation using regular expressions Regular expressions are a very powerful means of pattern matching (not specific to PowerShell or any other technology), which allow you to create very complex and effective comparisons Here are some examples: Match http://SPServer01/Site with http://SPServer01:
PS > "http://SPServer01/Site" -match "http://SPServer01" True
Match http://SPServer01/Site with a regular expression that checks if the string starts with http://:
PS > "http://SPServer01/Site" -match "^http://" True
Check if http://SPServer01/Site starts with http://, followed by any number of alphanumeric characters, followed by /, followed by any number of alphanumeric characters and ends with an e:
PS > "http://SPServer01/Site" -match "^http://\w*/\w*e$" True
As you can see, it is possible to build up complex match patterns using regular expressions Similar to the clike operator, -cmatch performs case-sensitive matching
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