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How to copy the new function prompt to the old function oldprompt ?

This command copies the prompt function to oldPrompt, effectively creating a new name for the script block that is associated with the prompt function. You can use this to save the original prompt function if you plan to change it. The Options property of the new function has a value of None. To change the value of the Options property, use Set-Item.

Copy-Item -Path Function:prompt -Destination Function:oldPrompt

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How to copy the new function prompt to the old function oldprompt ?

This command copies the prompt function to oldPrompt, effectively creating a new name for the script block that is associated with the prompt function. You can use this to save the original prompt function if you plan to change it. The Options property of the new function has a value of None. To change the value of the Options property, use Set-Item.

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How to copy the new function prompt to the old function oldprompt ?

This command copies the prompt function to oldPrompt, effectively creating a new name for the script block that is associated with the prompt function. You can use this to save the original prompt function if you plan to change it. The Options property of the new function has a value of None. To change the value of the Options property, use Set-Item.

Copy-Item -Path Function:prompt -Destination Function:oldPrompt
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rmat t) + " " + \$(Get-Location) + '> ' } Rename a function This command uses the Rename-Item cmdlet to change the name of the help function to gh. Rename-Item -Path Function:help -NewName gh <span>Copying a function This command copies the prompt function to oldPrompt, effectively creating a new name for the script block that is associated with the prompt function. You can use this to save the original prompt function if you plan to change it. The Options property of the new function has a value of None. To change the value of the Options property, use Set-Item. Copy-Item -Path Function:prompt -Destination Function:oldPrompt Dynamic parameters Dynamic parameters are cmdlet parameters that are added by a PowerShell provider and are available only when the cmdlet is being used in the provider-enabled drive. O

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