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Apr 27 2016   10:11AM GMT

New variables with the variable cmdlets

Richard Siddaway Richard Siddaway Profile: Richard Siddaway

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So you have some data in csv format:

column1 column2 column3 column4
——- ——- ——- ——-
a1      b1      c1      d1
a1      b2      c1      d1
a1      b3      c1      d1
a2      b3      c1      d1
a2      b4      c1      d1
a2      b3      c1      d1
a3      b5      c1      d1
a3      b6      c1      d1
a3      b7      c1      d1
a4      b5      c1      d1

In a variable $cd

You want colum1 and column2 in a new variable

Simplest way is probably

$new1 = $cd | select Column1, column2

The *-Variable cmdlets don’t get out much so I thought examples using them would be useful

You could also use the New-Variable cmdlet

New-Variable -Name new2 -Value ($cd | select Column1, column2)

Set-Variable also works

Set-Variable -Name new3 -Value ($cd | select Column1, column2)

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