PSClass - Object Oriented Scripting in Powershell

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Object Oriented Development in PowerShell. PowerShell is great at letting you 'use' all kinds of objects. However, you couldn't write Object Oriented Scripts until now. PSClass implements Inheritance, Polymorphism, encapsulation, and more! Better yet, it's all written in PS!



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