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What about < T > or < ǁ >
< means "left-side padding is smaller than right-side padding" > means "left-side padding is larger than right-side padding" So to express "left-side padding is equal to right-side padding", I would use =. It has the benefit of already being related to < and >, and it looks roughly similar but with clear differences. It also doesn't imply any ...
^ might be read as 'up' | might be read as 'concatenate' or 'OR' or a cell boundary How about using #
Maybe "|"? (That's shift-backslash.)
I would say that Windows GUI and PowerShell fall into the same kind of category as AutoCAD GUI + CLI. Microsoft ensuring that there were equivalent 'pure' CLI versions of PowerShell as well as a semi-graphical GUI version (PowerShell ISE).. But the biggest focus I would say was on Intellisense; lots of ways to guess at/understand what you wanted by ...
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