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Using Enums in Powershell

Robert Cain quietly tells us that Powershell is a real programming language, sysadmins who claim to hate programming:

This post begins a series on using Classes in PowerShell. As a first step, we will cover the use of an Enum, as enums are frequently used in combination with classes.

An Enum is a way to provide a set of predetermined values to the end user. This allows the user to pick from a finite list, and assure a value being passed into a function or class will be valid.

Click through to learn more about enums and how they work in Powershell.

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