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PowerShell is an “interpreted dynamically typed scripting language with a weak type system.” (Fair Use Source: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11880447/what-type-of-language-is-powershell#11881285)

Greg Shields submits that “Windows PowerShell is a text-based administrative automation solution. Through the simple connection of a few key cmdlets, even the greenest of IT pros can speed up the completion of the most difficult IT tasks.” “Windows PowerShell indeed comes equipped with some powerful scripting constructs that enable it to accomplish all the tasks you're used to seeing in a scripting language. But at its very core, Windows PowerShell is something far superior to a scripting language. It's a not-that-difficult mechanism to swiftly accomplish IT's daily tasks, all without the repeated steps and potential for error that accompanies using the mouse.” Fair Use: https://redmondmag.com/articles/2010/05/01/windows-powershell-is-not-a-scripting-language.aspx

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