Thanks for your feedback.
Indeed, the @ sign influences the expected output from the JustCode command, even though the output string from the string.Format remains right.
Just a note, your expected result won't display the new line "\n" and maybe this is the reason we arrange the string this way.
I will log this for further investigation and fixing.
Thanks for sharing it with us.
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