Re: find a command i have recently used in bash
maybe what you are looking for is:
i.e.: in the case of ls -l, if you use !l, it will repeat the last used
command that started with the letter l.
On Wed, 29 Jan 2003, Sandip P Deshmukh wrote:
> hello all
> i am sure there must be a way of doing it. i am not getting it though.
> let us say, i have done ls -l , etc etc
> then i have done a few more commands at the prompt.
> now, i want to use that ls command again. is there a way inwhich i can
> reach it quickly? for instance, i type ls and some other key and bash
> completes from history?