? - retrieve - return the next/prior command on the command line
- The ? command returns the next or prior command from the command line ring and displays it on the command line.
- With the [ + ] argument, the next command in the command ring is retrieved.
- With no arguments, the previous command entered on the command line is retrieved.
- With multiple, concatenated ?s as argument, the pervious command entered on the command line is retrieved corresponding to the number of ?s entered.
- For Example: The command; ????? will retrieve the fifth last command entered.
- XEDIT: Compatible. Adds extra support for multiple ?s.
- KEDIT: See below..
- This command is bound to the up and down arrows when on the
- command line depending on the setting of SET CMDARROWS .
- See Also:
- SET CMDARROWS
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