Preferences for Command History
Using Command History preferences, you can choose to exclude statements from the Command History and specify how often to save the Command History.
To set preferences for the Command History, select Preferences from the File menu in the Command History window. The Preferences dialog box opens showing Command History Preferences.
You can set preferences for
Set the following options. Note that if you choose to exclude statements from the Command History, you cannot access them using Command Window features such as Recalling Previous Lines.
Save exit/quit commands. Select the check box if you want
quit commands to be saved to the Command History.
Save consecutive duplicate commands. Select the check box if you want consecutive executions of the same statement to be saved to the Command History.
For example, with this option selected, if you run
magic(5), and the next statement you run is also
magic(5), the Command History saves two consecutive entries for
magic(5). With this option cleared, for the same example, the Command History saves one entry for
magic(5). If you then run
magic(10), the Command History saves two entries,
magic(5) followed by
Save commands entered at input prompt. Select the check box if you want input supplied at the prompt following the
input function to be included in the Command History. For example, with this option selected, if you type
If you then enter
500, the Command History saves two statements
With the check box cleared, the Command History saves only one statement, input('Enter maximum: ').
Allow Drag and Drop editing. If you select this check box, you can drag selected statements from the Command History to the Command Window or other windows docked in the desktop. If you clear this check box, when you click on a selected entry, it becomes cleared.
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