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Verbs that are commonly used in cmdlet names.
public ref class VerbsCommon abstract sealed
public static class VerbsCommon
type VerbsCommon = class
Public Class VerbsCommon
These verbs are recommended over their synonyms when used as the verb name for cmdlets.
Synonyms: Add to, append or attach.
Remove all the elements or content of a container.
Change the state of a resource to make it inaccessible, unavailable, or unusable.
Copy a resource to another name or another container.
Enters a context.
Exits a context.
Search for an object.
Formats an object for output.
Get the contents/object/children/properties/relations/... of a resource.
Remove from visibility.
Combines resources into one resource.
Lock a resource.
Move a resource.
Create a new resource.
Change the state of a resource to make it accessible, available, or usable.
Increases the effectiveness of a resource.
To restore a context saved by a Push operation.
To set as the current context, including the ability to reverse this action.
Act on a resource again.
Remove a resource from a container.
Give a resource a new name.
Set/reset the contents/object/properties/relations... of a resource.
Changes the size of a resource.
Get a reference to a resource or summary information about a resource by looking in a specified collection. Does not actually retrieve that resource.
To take as a choice from among several; pick out.
Set the contents/object/properties/relations... of a resource.
Makes visible, or displays information. Combines get, format, and out verbs.
Pass from one resource or point to another while disregarding or omitting intervening resources or points.
Split an object into portions. parts or fragments.
Move to the next point or resource.
Reverse an action or process.
Unlock a resource.
Continually inspect a resource for changes.