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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Command Reference >

run-with-argument

Prompt for a numeric argument, then get key and run.

This command prompts for a numeric argument, then passes it to the next command you invoke. It's similar to the argument command, but it lets you enter an argument saved in a kill buffer (say, inside a keyboard macro), or enter the argument in a different base (e.g. 0x100), or using any other syntax Epsilon recognizes when prompting for a number.

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