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Verbs that are commonly used in cmdlet names when the cmdlet manipulates data.
public ref class VerbsData abstract sealed
public static class VerbsData
type VerbsData = class
Public Class VerbsData
These verbs are recommended over their synonyms when used as the verb name for cmdlets.
Establish a well defined state to be able to roll back to.
Compare this resource with another one and produce a set of differences.
Reduce in size.
Change from one encoding to another or from one unit base to another (e.g. feet to meters)
Convert from the format named in the noun to a general-purpose format (e.g. string or int).
Convert from a general-purpose format (e.g. string or int) to the format named in the noun.
To dismount - to get off. To detach.
Performs an in-place modification of a resource.
Uncompress or increase in size.
Make a copy of a set of resources using an interchange format.
Arrange or associate one or more resources.
Create a set of resources using an interchange format.
Prepare a resource for use. Assign a beginning value to something.
Limit the consumption of a resource or apply a constraint on a resource.
Take multiple instances and create a single instance.
To mount - to attache a named entity to a hierarchy at the pathname location. To set in position.
Out - direct to a port. Output something to a port.
Make known and accessible to another.
Rollback state to a predefined snapshot/checkpoint.
Store state in a permanent location.
Coerce one or more resources to the same state.
Remove from public access and visibility.
Update a resource with new elements or refresh from a source of truth.