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This command will play back each keystroke in a session log recorded using the script command. You'll need to replace the ^[ ^G and ^M characters with CTRL-[, CTRL-G and CTRL-M. To do this you need to press CTRL-V CTRL-[ or CTRL-V CTRL-G or CTRL-V CTRL-M.
You can adjust the playback typing speed by modifying the sleep.
If you're not bothered about seeing each keypress then you could just use:
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