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1 RECALL

Displays previously entered LATCP commands on the screen so that you can execute them again. Format RECALL [command-specifier] 2 Parameter command-specifier Specifies the number or the first several characters of the LATCP command you want to recall. Command numbers can range from 1 to 20. The most recently entered command is number 1. Use the /ALL qualifier to display all the commands in the RECALL buffer, along with their command number so that you can determine the number of the command that you want to recall. If you do not include the command specifier or the /ALL qualifier when entering the RECALL command, LATCP displays the last command. 2 Qualifiers /ALL Specifies that LATCP display all the commands in the RECALL buffer. LATCP displays the number of each command. 2 Examples 1.LATCP> RECALL 2 In this example, the RECALL command recalls the second-to-last command you entered. 2.LATCP> RECALL SET In this example, the RECALL command recalls the last SET command you entered.

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