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Fit AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display history-command

display history-command

Function

The display history-command command displays the historical commands stored on the current device.

Format

display history-command

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

You can run this command to check historical commands the user has executed recently. This command facilitates information search. Historical commands are stored in the circular mode and a maximum of 200 historical commands can be displayed.

Precautions

All the historical commands entered by a user are automatically saved on the terminal, that is, any input that ends with Enter is saved as a historical command.

NOTE:
  • Historical commands are saved in the same format as that used in the input. If a command that is entered by a user is in an incomplete format, the saved historical command is also in the incomplete format.

  • If a user runs a command several times, only the latest command is saved on the device. If the command is entered in different formats, they are considered as different commands.

You can view historical commands using the following methods:

  • To view the previous historical command, press the Up arrow key or Ctrl+P.

    If there is an earlier historical command, the earlier historical command is displayed.

  • To view the next historical command, press the Down arrow key or Ctrl+N.

    If there is a new historical command, the new historical command is displayed.

NOTE:

Access to historical commands using the Up arrow key does not apply to Windows 9X. The Up arrow key has different functions in Windows 9X and needs to be replaced by shortcut keys Ctrl+P.

Example

# Display the historical commands that have been executed on the current terminal.

<Huawei> display history-command
  quit
  user privilege level 15
  user-interface vty 0 4
  system-view
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Updated: 2019-07-18

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