You want " $& " not " /// "
, is what I was looking for.
The '///' was just a guess for the example.
More Information for other users:
$& is used to split one long line over multiple lines for script readability.
echo -atg This is a really long line that, if there were complicated coding identifiers and variable names, $&
would get really confusing and cramped without the added help of the $& identifier.
While this seems useless, if there was a heavy use of identifiers and such throughout the line, it would help make it much more readable.