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You can also use multiple values on the left side and match against a value on the right side, as shown in this example:
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PS > "http://SPServer01/Site", >> "http://SPServer01", >> "http://SPServer02" -match "http://SPServer01" >> http://SPServer01/Site http://SPServer01
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This example returns the left values that match the right value The -replace operator in Windows PowerShell is used to find and replace substrings in a string value It assumes its input is a regular expression You can use the -replace operator to search for and replace a specific pattern
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PS > "http://SPServer01/Site" -replace "^http","https" https://SPServer01/Site
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Here, we replace http with https We use the ^ character to match the beginning of the original string Here is an example that uses a more complex replacement pattern:
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PS > "http://SPServer01/Site" -Replace "/{2}\w*/","//SPServer02/" http://SPServer02/Site
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This example compares the string "http://SPServer01/Site" to the specified pattern and replaces the part of the string that starts with two / characters, contains any number of alphanumeric characters, and ends with another / NOTE Unlike the -replace operator, the Replace() method available through System String does not accept regular expressions
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The logical operators are used to combine expressions, allowing you to check multiple conditions in one statement Expressions on the left and the right side of any of these operators are evaluated (if necessary), converted to Boolean values of True or False, and then the combination of those values is returned, following the rules of formal logic Table 6-4 lists the logical operators supported by Windows PowerShell With the -and operator, you can evaluate multiple expressions If all the expressions evaluate to true, the Boolean value of True is returned
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PS > (1 -eq 1) -and (2 -eq 2) True PS > (1 -eq 1) -and (2 -eq 3) False
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Operator
-and -or -xor -not !
Description Returns True when both left and right hand side expressions evaluate to true Returns True when an expression on at least one side evaluates to true Returns True when left and right side expressions have opposite values (one is True and the other is False) Changes the Boolean value of the expression that follows it for the opposite Same as -not
Table 6-4 Windows PowerShell Logical Operators
The first example returns True, since both expressions evaluate to True The second example returns False, since the last expression does not evaluate to true The or operator returns True if one or more expressions evaluate to true
PS > (1 -eq 1) -or (2 -eq 2) True PS > (1 -eq 1) -or (2 -eq 3) True
The -xor operator returns True only if one of the expressions evaluates to true
PS > (1 -eq 1) -xor (2 -eq 2) False PS > (1 -eq 1) -xor (2 -eq 3) True
The -not operator returns True if the right value evaluates to false
PS > -not (1 -eq 1) False PS > -not (1 -eq 2) True PS > !(1 -eq 2) True
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Operators
Redirection Operators
By default, Windows PowerShell sends output to the console However, you can redirect the output to a file by using the redirection operators, which are listed in Table 6-5 To send the output of a cmdlet to a file, use the > operator The following example redirects the output of the Get-Command cmdlet to a file named CommandListtxt, and overwrites the file if it exists
PS > Get-Command > CommandListtxt
To append content to a file instead of replacing it, use the >> operator:
PS > Get-Command >> CommandListtxt
The 2> operator redirects all errors that occurred The following command redirects all errors that occur to a file instead of displaying the error in the PowerShell console, overwriting the file if it already exists
PS > Get-ChildItem C:\nofiletxt 2> Errorstxt
To append the errors to the file instead, use the 2>> operator:
PS > Get-ChildItem C:\nofiletxt 2>> Errorstxt
NOTE You can also redirect output to a file using cmdlets that handle redirection, such as Out-File
Operator
> >> 2> 2>> 2>&1
Description Sends the output to a file Appends the output to a file Sends errors to a file Appends errors to a file Sends errors to the success output stream
Table 6-5 Windows PowerShell Redirection Operators
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Type Operators
The type operators are used to find or change the type of an object in Windows PowerShell Table 6-6 lists the type operators available You can test if an object is a specific type by using the -is operator
PS > "Hello" -is [SystemString] True PS > "Hello" -is [SystemInt32] False
In the first example, we check if "Hello" is of the type SystemString, which returns True In the second example, we check if "Hello" is of the type System Int32, which returns False To make sure that an object is not a specific type, use the -isnot operator
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