How to Check My PowerShell Version?

Do you need to know how to check your PowerShell version? This mission-critical question was on my mind, too, just a few minutes ago. In this article, I’ll show you how I did it. Ready? Check, go! 👇 Identify Your PowerShell Version One of the most common and recommended ways is by using the $PSVersionTable … Read more

How to Check the Plotly Dash Version in Python?

How to Check the Plotly Dash Version in the Terminal or Shell (Unix/macOS/Linux/Windows? To check the dash version in your Windows, Unix, macOS, or Linux environment, you can run the command pip list in your terminal or shell and locate the dash output with version information in the format x.y.z (e.g., 2.5.1) Here’s an example … Read more

PowerShell Operators

Windows PowerShell uses variables to store values, and we have a large set of operators we can use to modify or compare those variables. PowerShell Assignment Operators Assignment Operators allow us to simply create variables and populate them with values in one command: When we call those variables, we can see the values they contain: … Read more

PowerShell Loops – A Simple Guide with Video

PowerShell foreach Loop Syntax: The keyword ‘foreach‘ is used in Windows PowerShell to iterate through a series or list of items, usually with the intent of performing operations using each item.  Example: In the following example, we use PowerShell to read the contents of a text file (C:\Temp\ServerList.txt) filled with server names, storing the values … Read more