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3.1.2 Command Line History

You can use the up and down arrow keys on your keyboard to go through recently used commands that are stored in history. By default, command-history will store only the last ten commands. This can be changed (for example to 15) by using the following command:

 > (set! *cmd-history-length* 15)

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Command-history is not available if the FLUENT application is started with -g options (see Section  1.1.5).

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The user inputs supplied as the arguments of the TUI command or alias will not be saved in history. By way of illustration, consider the following entry in the TUI:

>  rc new_file.cas

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In history, only rc (an alias for read-case) will be saved, since new_file.cas is a user input to the alias-function.

Commands recalled from history can be edited or corrected using the <Backspace> key and the left and right arrow keys.


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