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using progress Bar in powershell

Hey all ,

I was looking for an way to pop up an progress BAR for an ongoing progress within an POWERSHELL script ..

figured out powershell inheritably provide an inbuilt cmdlet for doing the same .

Command ::

write-progress

for detailed help and examples on this command use below cmdlet

## get-help

  get-help write-help -full | more

 

Example ::

for ($i = 1; $i -le 100; $i++ )

{

get-process

write-progress -activity “Search in Progress” -status $i% Complete:” -percentcomplete $i;}

 

Example for 2 bars ::

for ($i = 1; $i -le 100; $i++ )

{

get-process

write-progress -activity “Search in Progress” -status $i% Complete:” -percentcomplete $i -CurrentOperation “outerloop” ;

for ($j = 1; $j -le 100; $j++ )

{

get-process

write-progress -Id 1 -activity “Search in Progress” -status $j% Complete:” -percentcomplete $j -CurrentOperation “innerloop”;

}

}

 

progress Bar

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