Combine Multiple Conditions in if Statement

Combine Multiple Conditions in if Statement

If statement is one of the most useful commands in PowerShell. You can execute code blocks based on the evaluation of the statement. Here is a simple example of an if statement. if(2 -eq 2){ Write-Host "2 is equal to 2." } If the specified condition in parentheses () evaluates to $true, then it runs the command in the braces {}. Output: 2 is equal to 2. If the condition is $false, it will skip that code block.


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