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Simpler powershell question

Im playing with powershell in order to learn more about it. So probably a very simple question here.

I have a directory called c:\test in it there is a single text file. Now if i run the following command

dir | get-member

It returns all the methods and properties of the text file. Some of these i see are creationtime, lastaccessedtime, fullname, etc.

What I would like to know is how do i actually return those values? So say I wanted to get the lastaccessedtime of the file that is in my test directory. How would I go about that.


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Is there another way of doing this other than GCI? I watched a webex session today where the person used another method of getting the data not using GCI. Unfortunately I was trying to multitask during the presentation and figured I could watch the replay, but they do not have it available for replay.

From what I remember it had something to do with using a . (dot) seperator to get the info. I think it had to do with the get-member cmdlet????
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