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We have this "Continuing Lines" in Linux, with '\'
#inside of a bash file 
command <options> <args> \
    <options> <args> \
    <options> <args> \
what about the Windows own implementation?

What I have tried:

inside of .bat file, I tried this character '^'
command <options> <args> ^
    <options> <args> ^
    <options> <args> ^
Updated 22-May-22 3:51am

1 solution

It's the "^" character, but it must be the last character on the line: it can't be followed by a space or anything else.
Try it:
It will respond "More?"

The current directory will chance to root.

Yes, it works in .BAT files as well.
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