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  • #13069
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    Tim Zaemisch
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    I am new to Powershell and am stuck on a script I need to do using parameter(). Here is the question:

    This script will take the user's name and 3 separate grades. It will then average the
    grades and print the result. This script should do the following:
    1. Using the param() function, accept 4 command-line inputs to the script and name
    them $name, $test1, $test2, $test3.
    2. Calculate the average grade and set it equal to a variable called $average
    3. Print the message "The test average for name is average". Use interpolation to
    print the actual name and numeric average in the message.
    4. Test the script a few times with different data

    Thanks.

  • #13070
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    Don Jones
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    param($name,$test1,$test2,$test3)
    $average = $test1 + $test2 + $test3 / 3
    write "Grade for $name is $average"

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