Boy, I wish I had read these PowerShell articles earlier:
- PowerShell One-Liners: Help, Syntax, Display and Files.
- PowerShell One-Liners: Variables, Parameters, Properties, and Objects.
- PowerShell One-Liners: Collections, Hashtables, Arrays and Strings.
- PowerShell One-Liners: Accessing, Handling and Writing Data.
Besides being in depth, the articles also contain a ton of examples all in this form:
|Basic help for x||Get-Help cmd (cmd is a full name)||help Get-ChildItem|
|Help in separate window||Show-Command cmd; then select the help icon||Show-Command Get-ChildItem|
|Reference:||PowerShell reads: links to coverage of One-Liners about PowerShell features (using, language, etc) from our NCG partner Jeroen Pluimers at the The Wiert Corner blog.|