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Combine Vars in Powershell into new Var

Posted on 2011-03-17
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I am trying to combine variables in a script into a single varilabe.

So say My Script has set:
$a =1
$b =hello
$c = World

I want my $result to be "1 hello World"

I tried things like
$result = $a $b $c

So I can just call on $result

Extra credit how do I set the $result to be "1.hello world!"

Thanks
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Question by:brittonv
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 $a ="1"
 $b ="hello"
 $c ="World"
 $result = $a + " " + $b + " " +$c

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 $a ="1"
 $b ="hello"
 $c ="World"
 $result = $a + "." +$b + " " +$c + "!"

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THANK YOU!!!!
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by:soostibi
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Or more "powershellish" solution:

$result = "$a $b $c"

and

$result = "$a.$b $c"
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