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 It is possible to send values of column to the executed PowerShell commands through the built-in **$input** variable in PowerShell, for instance: It is possible to send values of column to the executed PowerShell commands through the built-in **$input** variable in PowerShell, for instance:
  
-   $input | Sort-Object+  ​$input | Sort-Object
  
 Note that **$input** is an enumerator for the sequence, not the sequence itself. Note that **$input** is an enumerator for the sequence, not the sequence itself.
  
-It is also possible to insert EasyMorph parameters right into the script text, as well as capture the output sequence from the PowerShell script back to EasyMorph.+It is possible to insert EasyMorph parameters right into the script text. Just insert parameter names in curly braces. For instance: 
 + 
 +  Copy-Item "​{Source file}" c:\test 
 + 
 +It's also possible to capture the output sequence from the PowerShell script back to EasyMorph. Note that the output sequence should be explicitly converted in the PowerShell script into a sequence of basic types such as //string//, //​integer//,​ //float//, //​DateTime//​ or //bool//. Formatted output of the standard PowerShell console is not captured.
  
 **See also** **See also**
transformations/powershell.txt · Last modified: 2018/01/12 01:58 by dmitry