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Browse Command History in Terminal

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In Terminal, you can view all commands you ever executed by using the Up and Down Arrow keys. You can also search the history by pressing the Control+R key combination. This will trigger the (reverse-i-search) prompt. Enter the part of the command you’re looking for. Once you find the command, press Return to execute it.

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