comando de salida de Unix equivalente en PowerShell?

I'm converting unix scripts into powersshell scripts. while converting i came across the line "exit $rc" in unix script.

I want to know the powershell equivalent for Unix exit command.

Ayúdame en este sentido.

Gracias por adelantado

preguntado el 27 de noviembre de 13 a las 07:11

2 Respuestas

Hay un exit [<code>] keyword in PowerShell. If you use exit in a script, it doesn't matter what scope you are in and even what nesting level, the script will exit. If you execute exit in the PowerShell console it will exit the PowerShell session. You can use the automatic variable $LastExitCode to see the value returned by exit.

respondido 27 nov., 13:07

In unix code a=10, b=20, [$a -eq $b], rc=$?, exit $rc; What is the equivalent code in powershell for above code? - Raj

@user2990846 Please do not move the target. If you have an additional question: post an additional question. However, SO is not a free translation service, so you'll eventually need to read a tutorial to get accustomed to the language, which is quite similar to bash in some ways, but fundamentally different in others. - Ansgar Wiechers

Don't forget that PowerShell also has exceptions. It might be more appropriate to throw an exception when you encounter an error. That depends on the particulars of the scripts you are porting of course, but it's another tool in the toolbox you can use.

respondido 27 nov., 13:08

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