Major Section: HISTORY
Examples: :pcs 1 5 ; print commands 1 through 5 :pcs 5 1 ; same as above :pcs :x (:x -3) ; print the 3 most recently executed commands :pcs fn assoc-of-fn ; print the commands between the one that introduced ; fn and the one that introduced assoc-of-fn
Pcs takes two arguments, both of which are command descriptors, and
prints the commands between them with
pc. The order of the two
descriptors is irrelevant. See command-descriptor for a
description of command descriptors. See pc for a description
of the format in which commands are displayed.
For a related utility that simply returns a sequence of commands, see get-command-sequence.