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Library: GNU bash Command Reference (Darwin 9.0)


fc: fc [-e ename] [-nlr] [first] [last] or fc -s [pat=rep] [cmd]

fc is used to list or edit and re-execute commands from the history list.
FIRST and LAST can be numbers specifying the range, or FIRST can be a
string, which means the most recent command beginning with that

-e ENAME selects which editor to use.  Default is FCEDIT, then EDITOR,
then vi.

-l means list lines instead of editing.
-n means no line numbers listed.
-r means reverse the order of the lines (making it newest listed first).

With the `fc -s [pat=rep ...] [command]' format, the command is
re-executed after the substitution OLD=NEW is performed.

A useful alias to use with this is r='fc -s', so that typing `r cc'
runs the last command beginning with `cc' and typing `r' re-executes
the last command.

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