Is there a way to continue a "long line" of commands (with as many as 3 or 4 pipes) onto the next line in a script?
Is it considered "bad practice" to have a chain this long, or is it better to "do one step at a time"?
In any case, I'd appreciate if this magic character or escape sequence or symbol, can be made known.
Somehow, after a few minutes of searching and digging with keywords like "continue to next line in a script" (and variations of it), I can't find a clue.
Also, is there a SEARCH function in the Powershell Q&A Forum?
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