Commenting Code in PowerShell

Published on January 24, 2015 by abundantcode

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This short article will explain in simple steps on how to comment the code in PowerShell.

How to Comment Code in PowerShell ?

You can use the # symbol to provide a comment in PowerShell.

# This is a test comment from Abundant Code

The newer version of PowerShell provides additional options for commenting with the help of <# #> block . This block can be used generally for the help comments.

Visit PowerShell help documentation to know more about this.

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