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Windows PowerShell in Action, Second Edition by Bruce Payette

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Chapter 20. Responding in real time with eventing

20.1 Foundations of event handling
20.2 Synchronous events
20.3 Asynchronous events
20.4 Working with asynchronous .NET events
20.5 Asynchronous event handling with scriptblocks
20.6 Queued events and the Wait-Event cmdlet
20.7 Working with WMI events
20.8 Engine events
20.9 Remoting and event forwarding
20.10 How eventing works
20.11 Summary

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