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The asterisk wildcard designates that the expression can match any values before or after the stated word, depending on where the asterisk is placed. The question mark allows you to match any values present between two strings. txt. Any values between those characters will be returned as True. " If ($myexample –like "*shell*") { Write-Host "The variable has a word that is like shell" } If ($myexample –notlike "*that*") { Write-Host "The variable doesn't have a word that is like that" } [ 40 ] Chapter 3 The output of this command is shown in the following screenshot: The preceding script displays the string $myexample, for which you search for the value of shell.

The previous command displays a query of the services on a box and uses the Count method to obtain the quantity of services. The system in this example has 210 services. The second method to count objects is used for instances in your scripts where you need to determine the length or the number of characters in a string. This is completed by using the Length method. The Length method will count the number of characters in a string, including spaces, and output the quantity of characters. A common scenario where you would use the Length method is with Windows file and folder paths.

Com/en-us/library/ee692801. aspx. The last formatting technique important for scripting is converting system time/ ticks to legible time formats. This is achieved by calling the [DateTime] class and leveraging the FromFileTime method. The preceding example displays formatting the tick number of 130752344000000000, leveraging the [DateTime] class, and formatting it to Monday, May 04, 2015 1:33:20 PM. This is useful for system attributes that are only displayed in tick format such as LastLogonTimestamp or LastBootUpTime.

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