Assign Object to Variable in Windows PowerShell Scripts

Q

How to assign an object to a variable in Windows PowerShell scripts?

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A

The output object of a cmdlet can be assigned to a variable using the assignment operator "=".

Remember, variable names must start with the "$" sign. So here is an example of assign a DateTime object to a variable:

$now = Get-Date
$now | format-list -Property TimeOfDay

Running the above script will return something like:

TimeOfDay : 22:06:45.1984174

 

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