Show real-time contents of a file in powershell

Question:

I have a powershell tab that I would like to run a command on and have it start scrolling the contents of a log file as it is updated. I don’t want it to exit (until I ctrl+c) and just continue scrolling the file as it is updated. How would I do this?

I’ve thought of using a file watcher but I would have to program the logic for determining the lines added and it just seems overall inefficient and like there’s an easier way to go.

Answer:

You can do:

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