Powershell Studio 2015 code auto format

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Powershell Studio 2015 code auto format

Post by dan.potter »

The auto-format option keeps dropping the else on a second line.


if (1 -eq 2) { 'true' }else { 'false' }

if (1 -eq 2) { 'true' }
else { 'false' }

else : The term 'else' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function

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Powershell Studio 2015 code auto format

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Re: Powershell Studio 2015 code auto format

Post by Alexander Riedel »

I am not sure what you mean. It works perfectly fine in a script and delivers the expected "false" output.
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