PowerTip: Use Here-Strings with PowerShell
Summary: Learn the basic use of a here-string in Windows PowerShell.
In PowerShell, you can use here-strings to declare blocks of text. They’re declared just like regular strings except they have an @ on each end. Instead of being limited to one line, you can declare an entire block or a multiple line string. Here-strings are also useful for making a string composed of the text to execute a command. Try these examples:
$String1 = @"
$String2 = @"
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