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Nonewline messes up output for Powershell


Nonewline messes up output for Powershell

By : myu2
Date : November 15 2020, 06:54 AM
like below fixes the issue From what I understand you are saying the gap is too important between two sets of Managing Groups. I think the issues comes from using
code :
write-host "`n"
"`n" 
if ($owned -eq $Null){
    write-host "Managing Group: " -nonewline
    write-host "None Found " -foreground red -nonewline
    write-host "Group Description: " -nonewline
    write-host "None Provided " -foreground red 
}
Managing Group: None Found Group Description: None Provided 
Managing Group: None Found Group Description: None Provided 
elseif ($description -eq $Null){
    $owned | % {
        write-host ("Managing Group: " + $_.name + " Group Description: ") -nonewline
        write-host "None Provided " -foreground red
        }
}
else {
    $owned | % {write-host ("Managing Group: " + $_.name + " Group Description: " + $_.description -   replace "`r`n", "  ")}
}


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PowerShell Write-Host -NoNewLine

PowerShell Write-Host -NoNewLine


By : Vincent Vs
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help When you use -computername with get-wmiobject, you get an additional field in the results - PSComputerName. You can select that field so that you get the name correlated to the other data easily.
Combine this with an expression in select-object, and you get a nice table. But wait - there's more!
code :
$listOfComputers = IMPORT-CSV r:\lastReboot.txt
$wmi = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_OperatingSystem -Computer $listOfComputers.Name;
$wmi |select pscomputername,@{Name="LastBootTime";Expression={$_.converttodatetime($_.lastbootuptime);}};
$listOfComputers = IMPORT-CSV r:\lastReboot.txt
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_OperatingSystem -Computer $listOfComputers.Name |`
    select-object pscomputername,@{Name="LastBootTime";Expression={$_.converttodatetime($_.lastbootuptime);}};
IMPORT-CSV r:\lastReboot.txt |`
    select-object -ExpandProperty name |`
    foreach-object{ Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_OperatingSystem -Computer $_} |`
    select-object pscomputername,@{Name="LastBootTime";Expression={$_.converttodatetime($_.lastbootuptime);}};
Powershell: Write to File -NoNewLine

Powershell: Write to File -NoNewLine


By : Georgios Sarigiannis
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I have a bunch of foldernames that I want to write to a file. Using replace. My script looks like this: , Try this:
code :
$file = "C:\Temp\out.txt"
$dirs = gci "C:\Temp\dirs" | Where-Object{$_.PSIsContainer -eq $true}

New-Item $file -ItemType "file" -Force
"Begin" | Out-File $file 

$dirs -join "," | Out-File $file -Append
write-output - nonewline variable between text quotation marks

write-output - nonewline variable between text quotation marks


By : Tom Hill
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Don't rely on implicit string concatenation. Use the format operator (-f) for inserting values into your output strings:
code :
'powershell -Command "(gc sourcechangeme.txt) -replace ''newcomputername'', ''{0}''| Out-File source1changeme.txt"' -f $addnewcomputerhere | Add-Content edittextdone.bat
'powershell -Command "(gc sourcechangeme.txt) -replace ''newusername'', ''{0}''| Out-File source1changeme.txt"' -f $addnewusernamehere | Add-Content edittextdone.bat
Powershell: Alternative to NoNewLine?

Powershell: Alternative to NoNewLine?


By : Dilfuruz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I have a script working that uses a hashtable for storing and comparing values, and then it writes the output to a text file. Here is an example of what happens with and without NoNewLine in my output: , Just send a single string to Out-File:
code :
Write-Output "The servers are all on $($TableVersion.Serverapps01) but there are differences in the build files." |Out-File D:\Results$Timestamp.txt
-NoNewLine Not working as expected in Powershell

-NoNewLine Not working as expected in Powershell


By : ser6iy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I am using powershell to concatenate a key but the Writehost is giving me a carriage delimiter and 3 lines instead of a single line when using -NoNewLine. , You can just join them, this way...
code :
$assoc1,$assoc2,$assoc3 -join ''
($assoc1 ="Bearer eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsImtpZCI6Ik5VTTBSRFE1UVROQk9FRTJNREJEUWtGR1JEazFNRGN4TlRReU9FUXpOalZFT0RZeVJEQXpSZyJ9.eyJpc3MiOiJodHRwczovL2lkZW50aXR5LmF1dGgwLWRldi5zcy5hd3MuYmNpZGFoby5jb20vIiwic3ViIjoidHFYQjEw" ).Length
($assoc2 ="ejVUT0ZvZ05rNDAzQmZYZkhrTkJxSVJ0UENAY2xpZW50cyIsImF1ZCI6Imh0dHBzOi8vaWRlbnRpdHkuYXV0aDAtZGV2LnNzLmF3cy5iY2lkYWhvLmNvbS9hcGkvdjIvIiwiaWF0IjoxNTUzNTI2MDk0LCJleHAiOjE1NTM2MTI0OTQsImF6cCI6InRxWEIxMHo1VE9Gb2dOazQwM0JmWGZIa05C" ).Length
($assoc3 ="cUlSdFBDIiwic2NvcGUiOiJyZWFkOmNsaWVudF9ncmFudHMgY3JlYXRlOmNsaWVudF9ncmFudHMgZGVsZXRlOmNsaWVudF9ncmFudHMgdXBkYXRlOmNsaWVudF9ncmFudHMgcmVhZDp1c2VycyB1cGRhdGU6dXNlcnMgZGVsZXRlOnVzZXJzIGNyZWF0ZTp1c2VycyByZWFkOnVzZXJzX2FwcF9t").Length

($apikey = $assoc1,$assoc2,$assoc3 -join '').Length

# Results 
220
220
220
660

$apikey.Count
1

$apikey | clip
Bearer eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsImtpZCI6Ik5VTTBSRFE1UVROQk9FRTJNREJEUWtGR1JEazFNRGN4TlRReU9FUXpOalZFT0RZeVJEQXpSZyJ9.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