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saveconsecutivecommands

Save consecutive duplicate commands.

Calling Sequence

saveconsecutivecommands(boolean_in)
boolean_out = saveconsecutivecommands()

Arguments

boolean_in

a boolean (%t or %f)

boolean_out

current value

Description

Save consecutive duplicate commands.

saveconsecutivecommands(%t) if you want consecutive executions of the same statement to be saved to the history file.

Examples

saveconsecutivecommands()
saveconsecutivecommands(%t)
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saveconsecutivecommands(%f)
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Authors

  • A.C
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