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recall-id: system variable

Default value: none

Epsilon's line input subroutines let you recall previous responses to each prompt. Epsilon normally keeps track of which responses go with which prompts by recording the type of response (file name, buffer name, etc.) and the name of the command that prompted for the text. A command can tell Epsilon to use a different "handle" for a prompt by setting the recall-id variable to a string containing the handle. For example, if you wrote three new EEL commands and wanted them to share previous responses, you could include the line save_var recall_id = "my_responses"; in each command prior to calling the input function.



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