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6 ways to get data into PowerShell

Most automations, functions, and Powershell scripts are based on input data. That data we process in a few ways, we check, clean, compare, or rich in order to take suitable actions.

Most frequently we input data to functions by parameters. But sometimes we need information from several sources in bulk quantity. Therefore below, you can find 6 ways to get data into PowerShell.

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Panes in Windows Terminal

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Windows Terminal is great and split panes are one of the best functions of this tool. We can split our work-area how we want and avoid the need for switching between tabs.

We can split panes thanks to keyboard shortcuts: alt+shift+plus or alt+shift+-. For more details click the link.

Another option is using command-line arguments which gives us more flexibility. The syntax isn’t difficult but for instance, I never remember the names of my profiles.

That is why I created Start-WindowsTerminal (alisa – start-wt) function. The function helps me open “Windows Terminal” with shells that  I need in one window.

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