How to create EXAMPLE function help text

having trouble creating EXAMPLE help text for a fucntion.

here is the function

#.EXAMPLE
#    $var = 'Sid'
#    Get-Hello $var
#
#    This command will return "Hello Sid!"
#
#.EXAMPLE
#    Get-Hello
#
#    This command will return "Hello World!"

function Get-Hello {
    param (
        $name = 'World'
    )

    return "Hello $name!"
}

here is what the first example looks like when i run Get-Help Get-Hello -Examples. note, the second line is not prefixed by ‘PS C:>’ and there are 3 empty lines before the second example

	-------------------------- EXAMPLE 1 --------------------------
    
    PS C:\>$var = 'Sid'
    
    
    Get-Hello $var
    
    This command will return "Hello Sid!"
    
    
    
    
    -------------------------- EXAMPLE 2 --------------------------

desired result is like example 6 of Get-Help Get-ChildItem -Examples. both commands are prefixed by ‘PS C:>’ and there are only two blank lines before the next example

	-------------------------- EXAMPLE 6 --------------------------

    PS C:\>Import-Module Microsoft.PowerShell.Security
    PS C:\>Get-ChildItem -Path Cert:\* -Recurse -CodeSigningCert


    This command gets all of the certificates in the Windows PowerShell Cert: drive that have code-signing authority.

    The first command imports the Microsoft.PowerShell.Security module into the session. This module includes the
    Certificate provider that creates the Cert: drive.

    The second command uses the Get-ChildItem cmdlet. The value of the Path parameter is the Cert: drive. The Recurse
    parameter requests a recursive search. The CodeSigningCertificate parameter is a dynamic parameter that the
    Certificate provider adds to the Get-ChildItem cmdlet. This parameter gets only certificates that have code-signing
    authority.

    For more information about the Certificate provider and the Cert: drive, go to
    http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=113433 or use the Update-Help cmdlet to download the help files for the
    Microsoft.PowerShell.Security module and then type "Get-Help Certificate".


    -------------------------- EXAMPLE 7 --------------------------

Hi Anthony,

Check out this blog article by June Blender, where she explains some of the intricacies of comment based help:
https://www.sapien.com/blog/2015/02/18/troubleshooting-comment-based-help/

thanks for the read, however, i was unable to find information regarding multiline examples, and noticed something not quite right with microsoft’s own documentation

this link
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/hh847834.aspx
says if you have this

.EXAMPLE
C:\PS> extension -name "File"
File.txt

your result will look like this

-------------------------- EXAMPLE 1 --------------------------

C:\PS> extension -name "File"
File.txt
    
-------------------------- EXAMPLE 2 --------------------------

which i was unable to reproduce in my own testing