PowerShell Pipeline ( | ) :

    PowerShell pipeline tells PowerShell that you want to take the output of one command and pass it as the input (or pipe it) to the next command. Here we are passing complete objects. Using the pipe character (|), you can quickly and easily select objects and then perform an action on them.

    When you “pipe” objects, PowerShell tries to associate the piped objects with one of the parameters of the receiving cmdlet. In a simple language, piping is sending the objects in the output of one command to another command.

    Command-1 | Command-2 | Command-3

    Let’s look at an example:


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