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February 22, 2017 at 7:31 pm

Setup:

$strings = "X-Possible-Header1:Value1X-Possible-Header2:Value2X-Possible-Header3:Value3X-File-Name:MyFileX-File-Size:32X-File-Type:PDFX-File-Date:04:22:78
"
$strings = $strings.Replace(":",":`r`n")
$strings = $strings.Replace("X-","`r`nX-")
$strings = $strings | ConvertFrom-String
$strings

The possible headers in the example above may or may not be there. So then with the convertfrom-string provides the P# objects the order can change.

Ask:

I am trying to figure out how to locate a statically named object and take the value of the next P# object which can be different.

So for example:
P8 : X-File-Name
P9 : MyFile

How would I locate X-File-Name regardless of its P# position and take P#+1 as the value I want returned.

February 22, 2017 at 7:33 pm

Setup:

$strings = "X-Possible-Header1:Value1X-Possible-Header2:Value2X-Possible-Header3:Value3X-File-Name:MyFileX-File-Size:32X-File-Type:PDFX-File-Date:04:22:78
"
$strings = $strings.Replace(":",":`r`n")
$strings = $strings.Replace("X-","`r`nX-")
$strings = $strings | ConvertFrom-String
$strings

The possible headers in the example above may or may not be there. So then with the convertfrom-string provides the P# objects the order can change.

Ask:

I am trying to figure out how to locate a statically named object and take the value of the next P# object which can be different.

So for example:
P8 : X-File-Name
P9 : MyFile

How would I locate X-File-Name regardless of its P# position and take P#+1 as the value I want returned.