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GeneralRe: PowerShell AND C# Pin
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NiL^4-Jul-22 6:29
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rnbergren4-Jul-22 6:46
rnbergren4-Jul-22 6:46 
*shudder*

PS is for scripting and for automation. It to me was just another language that could enable me to do a few more things than a bat file did and it was going to be "more" supported by MS going forward.

C# is a programming language that you make things(objects) out of. you can call .net objects from PS and that is what PS is for. Keep C# where it belongs and PS where it belongs.

I really think too often we all(myself included) get stuck in our ways and avoid learning something new just because at fist glance we don't like it. PowerShell is just another technology. Once learned you will see some benefits. Granted C# is more powerful. But each has their purpose in the MS exosphere.
To err is human to really elephant it up you need a computer

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