Displays the contents of the command line history stack.
You have the choice of specifying the format in which the
listing will appear, and whether it will appear on $STDLIST
or in a file. (NM)
This command follows the more flexible MPE/iX command line syntax.
Refer to the MPE/iX Commands Reference Manual (32650-90003)
START or END Specifies the range of commands to be displayed.
START END EFFECT
(omitted) (omitted) Lists all commands in the
m n Lists commands m through
m (omitted) Displays commands m
through the last command
in the stack.
(omitted) n Displays the stack from
the first command through
command in .
If m and n are negative values, they refer to
relative command numbers (relative to the most
recent command, which is -1). If m and n are
positive, they refer to absolute command numbers
(the order in which they were entered). To display
a single line, m must equal n.
REL Displays the commands in their relative sequence
(from -m to -1), where -1 denotes the most recent
command in the stack.
ABS Displays the commands in their absolute order (the
order in which they were entered). ABS is the default.
UNN Suppresses numbering of the commands during display.
outfile Sends the listing to a disk file named outfile
instead of to the default, $STDLIST. New disk files
are created TEMP. File equations are ignored, unless
outfile is preceded by an asterisk (*). You must
use a file equation to overwrite a permanent file.
This command displays the contents of the REDO command line
stack. By default, the display order is from the earliest command
to the most recent command. Before any command line is displayed,
anything resembling a lockword is blanked out. However, any
lockwords remain active and available for editing through the DO
This command is available in a session or a job and in BREAK,
but not from a program. Pressing [Break] aborts the execution
of this command.
If three commands are written to the REDO stack and the third
command is LISTREDO, the display would appear this way
If the third command were LISTREDO ;REL, the display would appear
-1) listredo ;rel
To create a permanent disk file called CMDFILE that will contain
the output from LISTREDO, enter
CMDFILE will contain a listing of 9 command lines, but without
the command number. For example, -10 is 9 lines distant from
the most recent command; -2 is one line distant from the most
recent command. The most recent command is not listed.