PSGalleryDemo.psm1

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function Get-Something {
    <#

        .SYNOPSIS
        Gets something.

        .DESCRIPTION
        The command will get something.

        .OUTPUTS
        Outputs "Got something"

        .EXAMPLE
        C:\> Get-Something
        Got Something

        This command will show it got something.

    #>


    [CmdletBinding()]
    param()

    Write-Output "Got something"
}

function Set-Something {
    <#

        .SYNOPSIS
        Sets something.

        .DESCRIPTION
        The command will set something.

        .OUTPUTS
        Outputs "Set something"

        .EXAMPLE
        C:\> Set-Something
        Set something

        This command will show it set something.

    #>


    [CmdletBinding(
        SupportsShouldProcess
    )]
    param()

    if ($PSCmdlet.ShouldProcess("WhatIf Test")) {
        Write-Output "Set something"
    }
}

function Test-Something {
    <#

        .SYNOPSIS
        Tests something.

        .DESCRIPTION
        The command will test something.

        .OUTPUTS
        Outputs "Tested something"

        .EXAMPLE
        C:\> Test-Something
        Tested something

        This command will show it test something.

    #>


    [CmdletBinding()]
    param()

    Write-Output "Tested something"
}

function Get-Hello {
    <#

        .SYNOPSIS
        Displays greeting message.

        .DESCRIPTION
        The command displays a greeting to the world or a custom name.

        .OUTPUTS
        Outputs "Hello, World" or "Hello, <name>"

        .EXAMPLE
        C:\> Get-Hello
        Hello, World

        This command displays the default greeting.

        .EXAMPLE
        C:\> Get-Hello -Name Jeff
        Hello, Jeff

        This command displays a custom greeting.

    #>


    [CmdletBinding()]
    param(
        [Parameter()]
        [string]
        $Name = "World"
    )

    Write-Output "Hello, $Name"
}