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open man page of last used command

Terminal - open man page of last used command
man !!
2010-09-24 13:38:17
User: pahnin
Functions: man
open man page of last used command

when we work with terminal often we open man pages for help if we did some mistakes

and when we want to open the man page for command we are working with this one helps

as many people may be knowing that '!!' performs the last command action

we use it in sudo !! to perform the last action with root previleages

man !! will also be helpful and handy



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Voted down because the options given for your previous command will make man bork. Also you should read the man page before you execute the command ;-)

Comment by buzzy 262 weeks and 4 days ago
man !!:0
Comment by lucafaus 262 weeks and 4 days ago

@lucafaus sorry i havent seen it

Comment by pahnin 261 weeks and 6 days ago

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