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Question

Write a Powershell Script to get this output ?

1 is not even

4 3 is not even

8 5 is not even

12 7 is not even

16 9 is not even

20

### Examples

The following example uses the return keyword to exit a function at a specific point if a conditional is met. Odd numbers are not multiplied because the return statement exits before that statement can execute.

function MultiplyEven
{ param($number) if ($number % 2) { return "$number is not even" }$number * 2
} 1..10 | ForEach-Object {MultiplyEven -Number $_}  1 is not even 4 3 is not even 8 5 is not even 12 7 is not even 16 9 is not even 20 Question Write a Powershell Script to get this output ? 1 is not even 4 3 is not even 8 5 is not even 12 7 is not even 16 9 is not even 20 Answer ? Question Write a Powershell Script to get this output ? 1 is not even 4 3 is not even 8 5 is not even 12 7 is not even 16 9 is not even 20 Answer ### Examples The following example uses the return keyword to exit a function at a specific point if a conditional is met. Odd numbers are not multiplied because the return statement exits before that statement can execute. function MultiplyEven { param($number) if ($number % 2) { return "$number is not even" } $number * 2 } 1..10 | ForEach-Object {MultiplyEven -Number$_}

1 is not even
4
3 is not even
8
5 is not even
12
7 is not even
16
9 is not even
20
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about_Return | Microsoft Docs
r the return keyword is as follows: return [<expression>] The return keyword can appear alone, or it can be followed by a value or expression, as follows: return return $a return (2 +$a) <span>Examples The following example uses the return keyword to exit a function at a specific point if a conditional is met. Odd numbers are not multiplied because the return statement exits before that statement can execute. function MultiplyEven { param($number) if ($number % 2) { return "$number is not even" }$number * 2 } 1..10 | ForEach-Object {MultiplyEven -Number $_} 1 is not even 4 3 is not even 8 5 is not even 12 7 is not even 16 9 is not even 20 In PowerShell, values can be returned even if the return keyword is not used. The results of each statement are returned. For example, the following statements return the value of the$

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