GNU Dictionary Server
7.2.4 History Commands
Each issued command is stored in a history list and assigned a
unique event number. When
dico exits, it saves the
command history to a file named .dico_history in your home
directory. Upon startup, it retrieves the history from this file, so
the history is preserved between sessions.
You can view the command history using the
dico> .history 1) .open dict.org 2) entdeckung 3) /geschwindigkeit
A number of editing commands is provided, that allow you to refer to
previous events from the history list and to edit them. For example,
to re-issue the 3rd event from the above list, type ‘!3’. The
command with this index will be inserted at the
and you will be given a possibility to edit it. For a detailed
description of all history-editing commands, please refer to
Using History Interactively in GNU History User Manual.
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