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Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility Out String (5.1) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/5.1/Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility/Out-String.md
Title: Out-String
# Out-String ## Synopsis
-Outputs input objects as a strings.
+Outputs input objects as a string.
## Syntax
Out-String [-Stream] [-Width <Int32>] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [<CommonParamete
The `Out-String` cmdlet converts input objects into strings. By default, `Out-String` accumulates the strings and returns them as a single string, but you can use the **Stream**
-parameter to direct `Out-String` to return one line at a time or create and array of strings. This
+parameter to direct `Out-String` to return one line at a time or create an array of strings. This
cmdlet lets you search and manipulate string output as you would in traditional shells when object manipulation is less convenient.
Alias gcm -> Get-Command
`Get-Alias` gets the **System.Management.Automation.AliasInfo** objects, one for each alias, and sends the objects down the pipeline. `Out-String` uses the **Stream** parameter to convert each
-object to a string rather concatenating all the objects into a single string. The **System.String**
-objects are sent down the pipeline and `Select-String` uses the **Pattern** parameter to find
-matches for the text **gcm**.
+object to a string rather than concatenating all the objects into a single string.
+The **System.String** objects are sent down the pipeline and `Select-String` uses the **Pattern**
+parameter to find matches for the text **gcm**.
> [!NOTE] > If you omit the **Stream** parameter, the command displays all the aliases because `Select-String`
Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility Out String (7.0) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.0/Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility/Out-String.md
Title: Out-String
# Out-String ## Synopsis
-Outputs input objects as a strings.
+Outputs input objects as a string.
## Syntax
Out-String [-Stream] [-Width <Int32>] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [<CommonParamete
The `Out-String` cmdlet converts input objects into strings. By default, `Out-String` accumulates the strings and returns them as a single string, but you can use the **Stream**
-parameter to direct `Out-String` to return one line at a time or create and array of strings. This
+parameter to direct `Out-String` to return one line at a time or create an array of strings. This
cmdlet lets you search and manipulate string output as you would in traditional shells when object manipulation is less convenient.
Alias gcm -> Get-Command
`Get-Alias` gets the **System.Management.Automation.AliasInfo** objects, one for each alias, and sends the objects down the pipeline. `Out-String` uses the **Stream** parameter to convert each
-object to a string rather concatenating all the objects into a single string. The **System.String**
-objects are sent down the pipeline and `Select-String` uses the **Pattern** parameter to find
-matches for the text **gcm**.
+object to a string rather than concatenating all the objects into a single string.
+The **System.String** objects are sent down the pipeline and `Select-String` uses the **Pattern**
+parameter to find matches for the text **gcm**.
> [!NOTE] > If you omit the **Stream** parameter, the command displays all the aliases because `Select-String`
Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility Out String (7.1) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.1/Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility/Out-String.md
Title: Out-String
# Out-String ## Synopsis
-Outputs input objects as a strings.
+Outputs input objects as a string.
## Syntax
Out-String [-Stream] [-Width <Int32>] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [<CommonParamete
The `Out-String` cmdlet converts input objects into strings. By default, `Out-String` accumulates the strings and returns them as a single string, but you can use the **Stream**
-parameter to direct `Out-String` to return one line at a time or create and array of strings. This
+parameter to direct `Out-String` to return one line at a time or create an array of strings. This
cmdlet lets you search and manipulate string output as you would in traditional shells when object manipulation is less convenient.
Alias gcm -> Get-Command
`Get-Alias` gets the **System.Management.Automation.AliasInfo** objects, one for each alias, and sends the objects down the pipeline. `Out-String` uses the **Stream** parameter to convert each
-object to a string rather concatenating all the objects into a single string. The **System.String**
-objects are sent down the pipeline and `Select-String` uses the **Pattern** parameter to find
-matches for the text **gcm**.
+object to a string rather than concatenating all the objects into a single string.
+The **System.String** objects are sent down the pipeline and `Select-String` uses the **Pattern**
+parameter to find matches for the text **gcm**.
> [!NOTE] > If you omit the **Stream** parameter, the command displays all the aliases because `Select-String`
Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility Out String (7.2) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.2/Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility/Out-String.md
Title: Out-String
# Out-String ## Synopsis
-Outputs input objects as a strings.
+Outputs input objects as a string.
## Syntax
Out-String [-Stream] [-Width <Int32>] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [<CommonParamete
The `Out-String` cmdlet converts input objects into strings. By default, `Out-String` accumulates the strings and returns them as a single string, but you can use the **Stream**
-parameter to direct `Out-String` to return one line at a time or create and array of strings. This
+parameter to direct `Out-String` to return one line at a time or create an array of strings. This
cmdlet lets you search and manipulate string output as you would in traditional shells when object manipulation is less convenient.
Alias gcm -> Get-Command
`Get-Alias` gets the **System.Management.Automation.AliasInfo** objects, one for each alias, and sends the objects down the pipeline. `Out-String` uses the **Stream** parameter to convert each
-object to a string rather concatenating all the objects into a single string. The **System.String**
-objects are sent down the pipeline and `Select-String` uses the **Pattern** parameter to find
-matches for the text **gcm**.
+object to a string rather than concatenating all the objects into a single string.
+The **System.String** objects are sent down the pipeline and `Select-String` uses the **Pattern**
+parameter to find matches for the text **gcm**.
> [!NOTE] > If you omit the **Stream** parameter, the command displays all the aliases because `Select-String`