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How to call a function taking two string parameters

Posted on 2011-03-05
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When I try to call the Do-Something function with two string arguments, both arguments are passed to the first parameter as an array.

What am I doing wrong?
param( [String[]]$names )

function Main {
    foreach ($n in $names) {
	Do-Something $n, "asdfa"
    }
}

function Do-Something([string]$param1,$param2) {
    $param1
}

. Main

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Nix the comma

	Do-Something $n "asdfa"

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by:KenMcF
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Try this

Do-Something "$($n), asdfa"

Or if you need the quotes around asdfa try this

$ch34 = [CHAR]34
Do-Something "$n, $($ch34)asdfa$($ch34)"  
 
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