powershell add description Text + blank + databasename

hi

to add database to user description i've the code below. Now i like to include a text before and blank.
The result sould be "text DB001"

$db = (Get-Mailbox -Identity S12345 | Select-Object Database);set-aduser -identity S12345  -description $db

$db = (Get-Mailbox -Identity S12345 | Select-Object Database);set-aduser -identity S12345  -description $db

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frankhelkCommented:
Havn't tested that, but how about

$db = (Get-Mailbox -Identity S12345 | Select-Object Database);set-aduser -identity S12345  -description "text $db"

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Mandy_Author Commented:
The result is "text @{Database=DB0001}"  How can i remove @{Database=] ?
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frankhelkCommented:
Add a subsequent code line:

$db = (Get-Mailbox -Identity S12345 | Select-Object Database);set-aduser -identity S12345  -description "text $db"
$db = $db.Replace("@{Database=","").Replace("}","")

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footechCommented:
Better to change like this.
$db = (Get-Mailbox -Identity S12345 | Select-Object -expand Database);set-aduser -identity S12345  -description "text $db"

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Mandy_Author Commented:
@frankhelk
Thank you for your assistent. Your suggestion does not work. Getting error with replace. I changed to

$db = (Get-Mailbox -Identity S12345 | Select-Object Database) -replace "@{Database="," ";set-aduser -identity S12345 -description "text $db"

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Thats working only leaving the ].  ;)

But the best solution is from footech. Thank you so much,
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