PowerShell provides a variety of looping structures for evaluating and executing objects. Loops are helpful in situations where you need to take in an array of objects and process the individual values in the array. Subsequently, loops are also helpful in situations where you need to wait for a specific value within an array before proceeding in the script.
There are four main looping structures in PowerShell. These looping structures include
Do/While looping structure is used to execute a task when a value doesn't equal a specific value. The inverse of this looping structure is
Do/Until, where it will keep looping the structure until a value equals a specific value.
ForEach is a looping ...