A good programmer or scripter should always try to produce code that is easy to read and understand. Choosing and consistently applying a strategy for indentation and bracing will make your life, and possibly those of your co-workers, much easier. (Unless, of course, you’re that guy who prides himself in writing code that looks like a cat walked across his keyboard, and cackles any time someone tries to understand it.) Much of PowerShell’s syntax can borrow coding conventions from C-style languages, but the pipeline is something new. Below are two pipelines formatted a few different ways. Which styles do you […]
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