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Represents Type, but can be used where a real type might not be available, in which case the name of the type can be used.
public ref class PSTypeName
public class PSTypeName
type PSTypeName = class
Public Class PSTypeName
This constructor creates a type from a ITypeName.
This constructor is used when the type may not exist, or is not loaded.
This constructor is used when the creating a PSObject with a custom typename.
This constructor is used when the type exists and is currently loaded.
This constructor is used when the type is defined in PowerShell.
Return the name of the type.
Return the type with metadata, or null if the type is not loaded.
When a type is defined by PowerShell, the ast for that type.
Returns a String that represents the current PSTypeName.