Highlighting Words In Powershell

Roman Gelman has a function which lets you highlight words in Powershell text:

Despite of the Write-HostHighlight function intended to work with a text (it highlights a substring within a string), it can operate with objects too. Generally, it accepts any input from any cmdlet. The output is not always looks nice, but it works! Let see some examples.

This looks a bit like newer versions of grep which highlight matched patterns. I like it.

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