I have a script (script1.ps1) that lies in C:\FolderA
What powershell code can I insert in the script, that it will print what ever current location/path of the script. (The goal is to make this script portable)
-When in folderA, the code will print C:\FolderA (full-path)
-When Script1.ps1 is moved to C:\FolderB\FolderC and run, it prints the full path of C:\FolderB\FolderC
Any help would be much appreciated.
Thanks to @Nkosi and @Kori Gill
The answer I was looking for was $PSScriptRoot
One thing to note, is that I noticed I had to define a variable first inside the script before running the script:
$Path = $PSScriptRoot
with this it worked otherwise it didnt
See “get-help about_Automatic_Variables”.
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