How could I deal with conditional formatting ? Expression = {}

Considering this command
                                                            @{ name = "Router_0"; expression = { "<a href=http://" + $_.Router_0 + ">" + $_.Router_0 + "</a>" } }, `
How could I deal with conditional formatting ?


type if router_0 eq "" then no hyperlink or
if router_0  eq "10.1.1.254" red color
tks
François VDCIcT service DeskAsked:
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oBdACommented:
It's an expression, so you have the full power of PowerShell at your disposal. You just need to make sure that the expression returns the string you want:
...
@{name = "Router_0"; expression = {
	If ($_.Router_0 -eq '10.1.1.254') {
		"<a href=http://$($_.Router_0)><font color=`"red`">$($_.Router_0)<font color=`"red`"></a>"
	} ElseIf ($_.Router_0) {
		"<a href=http://$($_.Router_0)>$($_.Router_0)</a>"
	} Else {
		'n/a'
	}
}},
...

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And note that if you have a Select-Object with multiple properties that you want to spread out over multiple lines, it's enough to end the lines with a comma; you don't need a backtick after the comma.
... | Select-Object -Property `
	Prop1,
	Prop2,
	Prop3

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François VDCIcT service DeskAuthor Commented:
what's wrong ?

                                                                                @{ name = "$strDateValueLabel"; expression = `
                              { `
                                    If (ConvertYYYYMMDDtoDate $_.DateValue -ge Get-Date) `
                                          { "<font color=`"red`">" + $_.DateValue.Substring(6, 2) + "/" + $_.DateValue.Substring(4, 2) + "/" + $_.DateValue.Substring(0, 4) + "<font color=`"red`">"} `
                                    elseif (((ConvertYYYYMMDDtoDate $_.DateValue) - (Get-Date)).days -eq 1) `
                                    { "<font color=`"Orange`">"+ $_.DateValue.Substring(6, 2) + "/" + $_.DateValue.Substring(4, 2) + "/" + $_.DateValue.Substring(0, 4) + "<font color=`"Orange`">" } `
                                    Else { $_.DateValue.Substring(6, 2) + "/" + $_.DateValue.Substring(4, 2) + "/" + $_.DateValue.Substring(0, 4)} `
                              }
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oBdACommented:
Can't tell. Wrap the the content of the expression into a Try {} block and, and write the exception to the console using Write-Host in the Catch {} block.
@{name = $strDateValueLabel; expression = {
	Try {
		...
	} Catch {
		$_ | Out-String | Write-Host -Fore Yellow
	}
}}

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