I see that this operator is used in windows (and might be Linux?) to chain/combine multiple commands in one line. Commands are executed one after another, as long as preceding complete successfully (exit code 0).
However, I do not understand if it can be used in batch file, where you specify commands one after another, one command per line. How do you achieve the same effect in this case? How do you split
cmd1 && cmd2 && cmd3 into multiple lines? How do you terminate
cmd1 cmd2 cmd3
as soon as first command fails?
I would also like to know the name of the operator to find the answer to questions like this myself later.