Powershell: CSVs And NoTypeInformation

Dan Blank lays down some information about saving headerless CSV files in Powershell:

Anyway, a question was posted recently using the #pshelp hashtag on Twitter.  How do you replace the header line of multiple csv files at once?

I saw this and maybe cockily thought to myself, “that’s got to be an easy 2 liner, bet I can boost my ego and quickly write out a solution”.

Spoilers:  it turned out to be slightly more complex.

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