Whether you are a pro with PowerShell or a beginner, PowerShell ISE snippets can speed up your scripting and assist when you are unsure of formatting.
Most IT professionals who work with PowerShell to build tools, scripts, or modules use the built-in PowerShell ISE (Integrated Scripting Environment) to build and debug their code.
In this post, I explain how to create a PowerShell function to process CSV data. This allows you to reuse your code whenever you are working with CSV files in PowerShell.
CSV (Comma-Separated Values) is used by almost every technology platform that we encounter. Manipulating this data can be cumbersome if you’re NOT an Excel wizard, but PowerShell can simplify this job. For example,