Quam ut Auxilium invenire aliases quod autem imperium in Fenestra powershell?

A command in powershell can have one or many alias. An alias is the command but in a shorter and mostly abbreviated form. Some aliases are made to match bash commands.

 

Get-ChildItem

Et hoc mandatum libros de iis quae in current opus Directory.
alias: ls, dir

 

Get-Alias

To find the alias of a command in powershell use the Get-Alias mandatum.

 

Ut pro exemplo,, invenire omnes aliases r incipere
get-alias r*

 

The Get-Alias alias se habet imperium gal. The following will do the same thing as above
gal r*

 

Get-Alias et de imperio in alias accipit plenum
gal ls
Outputs: ls -> Get-ChildItem

 

We can also find all the aliases of the specified command with the -Definition parameter. Ut pro exemplo,, let’s find all the aliases of the Get-ChildItem mandatum. We use -d which is short for -Definition

gal -d get-childitem

Outputs

dir -> Get-ChildItem
gci -> Get-ChildItem
ls -> Get-ChildItem

 

Get-Command finds the commands by command name. Get-Command has the alias gcm. So we can do this
Get cmdlets incipiens cum possidebit
gcm -c cmdlet get*

 

Quod idem est quod supra….
Get-Command -CommandType Cmdlet Get*

To get help on any of the aliases or commands, just type help in front of the command. Ut pro exemplo,…

help cp

 

 

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