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azure pipelines - How to pass variables from a PowerShell task to job and stages

I'm trying to understand how to pass environment variables between Azure Pipeline tasks, jobs, and stages. I created a PowerShell task to define variable, according to the docs, but I can't seem to see them after my task completes. Here is a snippet that shows the stage that I create, with jobs and tasks. I'm trying to set the FOO variable in the 'PassVariable' task and then access it from the 'PowerShell' task.

Unfortunately, FOO is never passed. What am I doing wrong?

stages:
- stage: Test
  displayName: Test
  jobs:
  - job: SetSemVer
    displayName: 'Test Var Passing'
    steps:
    
    - task: [email protected]
      displayName: 'Pass Variable'
      name: PassVariable
      inputs:
        targetType: 'inline'
        script: |
          echo "##vso[task.setvariable variable=FOO;isOutput=true]Hello World)"

    - task: [email protected]
      displayName: 'PowerShell Script'
      name: PowerShellTask
      env:
        myVar: $FOO
      inputs:
        targetType: 'inline'
        script: |
          Write-Host "Foo: $FOO"
question from:https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65836901/how-to-pass-variables-from-a-powershell-task-to-job-and-stages

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You define the name in the power shell task, we need to print the variable via $($env:PASSVARIABLE_FOO) or $(PassVariable.FOO) instead of $FOO. Check this doc

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In addition, we can print the variables via bash cmd printenv and check the variables defined in the script

YAML sample

trigger: none
stages:
- stage: Test
  displayName: Test
  jobs:
  - job: SetSemVer
    displayName: 'Test Var Passing'
    steps:
    - task: [email protected]
      displayName: 'Pass Variable'
      name: PassVariable
      inputs:
        targetType: 'inline'
        script: |
          echo "##vso[task.setvariable variable=FOO;isOutput=true]Hello World"
    
    - task: [email protected]
      inputs:
        targetType: 'inline'
        script: 'printenv'
        
    - task: [email protected]
      displayName: 'PowerShell Script'
      name: PowerShellTask
      env:
        myVar: $FOO
      inputs:
        targetType: 'inline'
        script: |
          Write-Host "Foo: $($env:PASSVARIABLE_FOO)"

Result:

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