How to look at your command history list in macOS's Terminal

Learn how to use the history command.

With the Terminal in macOS, you can save lots of time and type less by using the command history functions built into the Terminal shell. The shell keeps a record of the commands you run, and you can access this history with a few simple keystrokes to run commands again or edit them so you don't have to retype them.

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Kirk McElhearn

Macworld.com
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