Multi-Line Powershell Comments

Jess Pomfret shows how you can build out Powershell comments with multiple lines of code in them:

You can see above the first example looks good, however in the second example the first two lines should both have a prompt to show they are code. I spent a little while Googling this without much avail. I then figured, somewhere within dbatools there must be an example with two lines of code. Sure enough I found my answer, and it’s pretty straightforward.

Click through for the answer, as well as one of the most important Powershell cmdlets you’ll ever find on the Internet.

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