This will take the last two commands from bash_history and open your editor with the commands on separated lines

fc -1 -2

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By: wuziduzi
2019-06-22 23:56:40
fc

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Wow, had no clue about this one. +1
podiiii · 119 weeks and 6 days ago
Wow, had no clue about this one. +1
podiiii · 119 weeks and 6 days ago
I have a big project coming up with Lake Forest Tree Care and I would like to be ready for it. This will help me to go back with my last two commands while studying.
DanCypress · 7 weeks and 2 days ago
This lock/unlock indicator is looking nice with good quality design to it and easy one to use in house hold also. I like the idea of the creator to design this kind of product which is useful for all people as per cheapwritingservice articles. I want to have this product to safe guard my doors with it.
AngelicaGerhold · 6 weeks and 4 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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