PS C:\> gc c:\test.out
The reason why ‘gha’ is in second line is that $var2 had a special sign of new line in it.
What i wanted to see in this file is to see 1 line ” abc def gha”. That’s just an example. I was printing to file some vms report and noticed that instead 1 line i had several variables that were making new line. In order to be sure that there is no additional characters besides text we can trim our variables.
PS C:\> echo “$var1 $($var2.trim()) $var3” > c:\test.out
PS C:\> gc C:\test.out
abc def gha
So whenever you will see in output files unexpected new lines,Â just trim the variable. For people who are starting with powershell : $() means sub-expression, you can read about it here :
or you can read about it from your powershell console typing:
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