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How to call powershell from c++

For dos commands I use system(doscommand) in c++

What can I use for powershell cmdlets in c++

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Qlemo

8/22/2022 - Mon
Chris Wong

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gateguard

Thanks but I'm looking for something more concrete.

Like I said, to run dos commands in c++ ... system(doscommand)

To run powershell cmdlets in c++ ... ???

Thanks.
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gateguard

I don't see it there.

I'm working with using calling powershell from the system() command.
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Using system() for calling PS is very primitive, and cuts you out of any advanced result processing. But if you wish ... Just call
  powershell.exe -NoLogo c:\temp\script.ps1