Re-Running Powershell History

Claudio Silva shows how to re-run statements in your Powershell history:

While we were running some commands we talked about Get-History cmdlet.

For those who don’t know

this cmdlet lists all the commands that you already ran on the current session.

I wondered if it is possible to pipe the Get-History output and run it again. I could bet yes but I never tried before.

The answer is that yes, you can, and Claudio shows how.

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