Workload Scheduler power users: You need rlwrap
If you use the Linux shell very much, you find its history functions very useful. You can recall previous commands very easily, just using the arrow keys.
If you use the Workload Scheduler command-line interfaces, conman and composer, you really miss the history. Sure there's the redo command, but its editing capability is limited to the last command you typed.
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