call function powershell

To call a PowerShell function, you can use the function name followed by parentheses. If the function requires any arguments, you can pass them within the parentheses. Here's an example:

# Define a function
function MyFunction {
    param (

    Write-Host "Hello, $Name!"

# Call the function
MyFunction -Name "John"

In this example, the function MyFunction takes a single argument $Name and displays a greeting message using the Write-Host cmdlet. To call the function, we use MyFunction -Name "John", where "John" is the value passed to the $Name parameter.

Please note that the above example is a basic illustration of calling a PowerShell function. The actual implementation and usage of functions may vary depending on your specific requirements and the function you are working with.