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You can find a command's history event number via the `history` command.
You can also put the history event number in your prompt: \! for bash, or %h for zsh.
Finally, I would like to point out that by "number", I mean POSITIVE INTEGER. Not, say, a letter, such as 'm'. Examples:
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