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Get-History - Powershell 1.0 CmdLet

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Get-History

Description
Get a listing of the session history

Usage
Get-History [ [-count] int ]
        [ [-id] long[] ]
          [CommonParameters]

Options
-count 
        Display n of most-recent history entries.
        The default is 32. 

   -id  The ID number of a command in the session history.
	     Get-History gets only the specified command. 

   CommonParameters:
       -Verbose, -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -OutVariable.

Example(s)
Get the (32) most recent entries from the session history, and pipe the results to the Where-Object to select only commands that include "service":

PS C:\>get-history | where-object {$_.commandLine -like "*service*"}

Display the properties of entries in the session history:

PS C:\>get-history | format-list

Get the 50 most recent entries from the session history and pipe the result to to Export-Csv, saving it as a comma-separated text file:

PS C:\>get-history -count 50 | export-csv history.csv