The inputted command line are stored as the command history and you can recall, edit and re-execute it. Up to 10 lines are stored in the history.
'Up arrow' or 'Ctrl + p' key can recall the previous command line in the history, and 'Down arrow' or 'Ctrl + n' key can recall the next command line.
Following is the example of the command history operation.
In the history there are the command, 'administrator', 'help', 'date', 'time' and 'login timer'.
administrator v ^ [ Ctrl + n ] v ^ [ Ctrl + p] v ^ help v ^ [ Ctrl + n ] v ^ [ Ctrl + p] v ^ date v ^ [ Ctrl + n ] v ^ [ Ctrl + p] v ^ time v ^ [ Ctrl + n ] v ^ [ Ctrl + p] v ^ login timer
Line-editing to the recalled command
The recalled commands can be edited same as the commands inputted directly.