If appropriate, place continuation lines the way to reflect logical nesting visually.
// This is OK, ... Var = "for %l in (Aa Bb Cc) do (" . "echo %l && mkdir %l)"
// but this could be much better sometimes. Var = "for %l in (Aa Bb Cc) do (" . "echo %l" . "&& mkdir %l" . ")"
If appropriate, place continuation lines so that they reflect the logical nesting visually.
Whether is it correct to use the way to as a replacement for so that they?
Which option will be better in technical writing? The first is shorter, but the second is probably more explicit.