George is really lazy. He thinks it would be really neat if you could set up a PowerShell script that


George is really lazy. He thinks it would be really neat if you could set up a PowerShell script that would create his subdirectory structure for his classes for the semester. He wants to have the top level be the semester (.i. e. Fall2017) and have directories for each class under the top level. Each of the class directories will contain subdirectories named Assignments and Notes. He wants the script to ask him for the semester and then for each of the courses he is taking that semester. Build a PowerShell script that will do the following:
Ask for the semester and build a directory for the semester
Loop and ask for each course for the semester until “end” is entered
In side the loop, create a directory for the course under the semester’s directory and create 2 subdirectories called Assignments and Notes under each course directory.
Display the tree structure of the completed directory structure
Display a message saying “All Done, See you next semester” at the end of the script
Include documentation in the script explaining what it does. Run the script and take a screen shots showing the running of the script. Copy the the text for the script into the word document so that I can see the completed script.


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