Strings in PowerShell - Replace, compare, concatenate, split, substring
To get filename without path using powershell
This feature of shell is called parameter expansion. But parameter expansion has numerous other forms which allow you to expand a parameter and modify the value or substitute other values in the expansion process. In this article, let us review how to use the parameter expansion concept for string manipulation operations. This article is part of the on-going bash tutorial series. Bash provides a way to extract a substring from a string. The following example expains how to parse n characters starting from a particular position.
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Fun with Paths
It is important to understand that strings in PowerShell are always objects, whether you are dealing with literal strings or variables. Consequently, the methods of string objects provide most of the functions you need. As usual, you can display them with the Get-Member cmdlet.
Taking a full path to a file as a parameter, it then stips the directory names from it and returns you just the name of a file. Note : basename is a string stripping command — it simply returns you the last portion of a provided full path. It does not verify whether this portion is an actual file. An example of using the basename command is shown below. This command line takes the input from a standard output from the find command and outputs only the names of the files.