Saving a script into a file

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  • #64012
    Joe

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    Hi All,

    Need a little help with something I've been thinking about for sometime.

    May sound silly but will be of great help to me.

  • #64021

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    Can you elaborate more on what you mean?
    Do you mean save an entire script?
    Or save the output?
    Or something else?

  • #64024

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    Hi Joe,

    Not sure why your example and additional text has disappeared but based on what I've in my notification from this forum. I think using a "here"-string would be the easiest option.

    Example:

    $FolderPath = "C:\Log\Test 1"
    $Source = "D:\Log"
    
    $script = @"
    MD $folderPath
    xcopy `"$Source`" `"$FolderPath`"
    "@
    
    $script | Out-File -FilePath C:\temp\script.ps1
    

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