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backslash
American English: /ˈbækˌslæʃ/
British English: /ˈbakslaʃ/

Translation of backslash in Spanish:

noun

  • barra (feminine) invertida
    Example sentences
    • You can type the command as one long line without the backslashes or use them to break up a long pipeline into multiple lines on the screen.
    • The backslashes in the above command are there because I couldn't fit the entire command on one line.
    • Note the backslashes for lines that were too long to fit in this example.

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