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Monad (AKA PowerShell) by Andy Oakley

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Work with the Command Line

Because cmd.exe runs in the Windows console subsystem, it inherits a number of features useful for command-line editing . The ability to edit the current command, as well as recall previous ones, proves to be a useful tool when working in an interactive command shell (and this feature continues to work in MSH). In this short section, we'll look at some of the standard editing keystrokes, as well as changes in the history buffer, that MSH offers.

How Do I Do That?

Command-line editing ...

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