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document updated 13 years ago, on Sep 10, 2010
The @ command is incredibly friggin useful.

Most people know that the at-command is used for replaying macros. However, most don't realize that this is just a normal register, and that you can copy/paste and even edit these macros.

Very very friggin useful.

(note: below, wherever ^M is mentioned, enter it using: ctrl-V, ctrl-M.

Things I commonly use the at-command for: