Powershell multiple queries

Hi all, is it possible to query multiple objects and have the all returned for example im looking to get a report on
SAMAccountName,name.IPv4Address,Created,Modified,OperatingSystemVersion,OperatingSystem,OperatingSystemServicePack,LastLogonTimeStamp

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becraigCommented:
You can run all the separate queries then store the results in a hash table and then output to the desired format.

The info you have above, I assume you are querying this information for a computers ?
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Raheman M. AbdulSenior Infrastructure Support Analyst & Systems DeveloperCommented:
As an example you can use this :
function get-objvalues
{
$computer=hostname
$totalprocesses = (Get-Process).count

return $computer, $totalprocesses
}
$pc,$tprc = get-objvalues
Write-Host "PC - $pc      Processes Count - $tprc"

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Or

$results = get-objvalues
Write-Host "PC - $($results.item(0))      Processes Count - $($results[1])"

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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Using an array is far from being a good idea. You loose all "property" info, and those are what makes PowerShell a rich tool.
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
What becraig meant was, translated to the example by RMA:
function get-objectvalues
{
   New-Object PsObject -Property @{
       ComputerName = $env:ComputerName
       TotalProcesses   = (Get-Process).Count
  }
}

$results = get-objectvalues
$results | format-table -auto
Write-Host "$($results.ComputerName) has $($results.TotalProcesses) processes running"

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cwstad2Author Commented:
sorry for the delay guys. Appreciate the help
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