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When I load this command IN powershell ISE

When I load this command IN powershell ISE

(OP)
When I load this command I get the error at the bottom.

PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $intFolders = 10
$intPad
$i = 1
New-Variable -Name strPrefix -Value "testFolder" -Option constant
do {
if ($i -lt 10)
{$intPad=0
New-Item -Path C:\mytempFolder -Name $strPrefix$intPad$i -Type directory}
else

I get this error message when I load this command above. please help I ma really new to all this


Missing statement block after 'else' keyword.
+ CategoryInfo : ParserError: (:) [], ParentContainsErrorRecordException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : MissingStatementBlockAfterElse

RE: When I load this command IN powershell ISE

You don't have to have an else clause. However, if you do you must include the braces.

CODE -->

## Example 1
if (condition)
{code to run}
## Example 2 if (condition)
{code to run}
else
{alternate code to run}
## To fix your code if ($i -lt 10) {$intPad=0 New-Item -Path C:\mytempFolder -Name $strPrefix$intPad$i -Type directory} else {}


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RE: When I load this command IN powershell ISE

(OP)
Thanks I got it to work

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