A dashed line can have plenty of variations: from a line with fewer dashes to ones with longer or smaller dashes, or even alternating small and long dashes. So why do you add a Dash style to your outline? That’s a good question and the answer is quite simple, sometimes, Dash styles can add value to visual content, but use them judiciously. Many diagrams use dashed lines as a way to differentiate them from other content that has conventional, non-dashed lines.
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