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In this 2nd part of 3, David builds upon part 1, by using the PSObject.BaseObject to access the strongly typed data.
Then you will see how to enable interaction between PowerShell and your GUI via a custom host, using PSHost and PSHostUserInterface.
The code used in the demo is available at http://blogs.msdn.com/daiken/archive/2007/06/22/hosting-windows-powershell-sample-code.aspx.
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