A temporary storage area where commands are kept. (In DOS environments, the command buffer is called a template.) DOS and UNIX support several operations for manipulating the command buffer. For example, you can use the F3 function key in DOS to copy the template 's contents to the display screen. This is useful for repeating a command or for correcting a mistake.
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