Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Menu Looping in Powershell

Menu Looping is pretty easy to set up in Powershell.  You're basically setting a condition and looping back if that condition isn't met.

For example, we'll use $a as the variable we're keeping an eye on.

$a=0 #setting a to zero value
While ($a -ne 3) 

Write "1. Do something"
Write "2. Do something else"
Write "3. Quit"

$a = Read-host "enter choice"
Switch ($a)



The above loop will look for the numeric condition of the variable 'a' and execute switches for other blocks of powershell code for them.

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