Converting VBScript's Replace Function
Definition: Returns a string in which a specified substring has been replaced with another substring a specified number of times.
The world as we know it would come to a crashing halt if we didn’t have search-and-replace commands. In Windows PowerShell you can do a simple search-and-replace on any string value simply by using the -replace parameter and specifying two things:
The string value to search for.
The replacement text.
For example, the following two command assign a value to the variable $a, then use -replace to replace all instances of the letter x with the letter a:
$a = "bxnxnx" $a = $a -replace("x","a")
When you run this command and then echo back the value of $a you should get the following: