/CAT [%]

Concatenates (puts together) all subsequent lines until a line containing a single "." is typed. If the argument "%" is given, a "%;" sequence is appended to each intermediate line. The concatenated result is then executed as a single line.

The concatenated result is stored in the input history as a single line, so intermediate lines can not be recalled separately.


  /cat %

This produces:


If the %{sub} flag is set on, this will expand to three lines ":foo", ":bar" and ":baz" and be sent to the socket.

See: /paste, /sub, general, history

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