Robert Cain continues a series on Powershell data structures:
Hash tables are powerful, flexible items. In some languages, hash tables are also called dictionaries. In this post we’ll start with a few basics, then get into some fun things you can do with hash tables.
A quick note, some documentation calls them a hash table, others read hashtable, one word. For this post I’ll use the two word hash table, but it’s the same thing no matter what documentation or blog you read.
Click through for plenty of examples of what you can do with them.