Powershell Tip #8: OutVariable parameter

By | July 12, 2015

Tip: You can store the output of a command in a variable and at the sametime have this output on the screen.

It is like “2 in 1”, you save and output.

Note: no need to put the $ sign.

One line (needed to store and output on the screen)

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Two lines (needed to store and output on the screen)

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