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* :nick.LASTCMDX        :sec.None                                               
* :disk.IBMVMGAT   :repository.IBMVMGAT                                         
* :title.LASTCMDS - VM/XA-ESA Display another user's retrieve buffer.           
* :version.2.0          :date.93/05/24    :scp.VM/ESA 1.1 2.0                   
* :oname.Scott Vetter                     :onode.WTSCPOK  :ouser.VETTER         
* :aname.Scott Vetter                     :anode.WTSCPOK  :auser.VETTER         
* :support.X            :doc.none         :lang.Rexx                            
* :sw.VMPUSH, VMPOP                                                             
* :kwd.RETRIEVE COMMANDS                                                        
* :abs.LASTCMDX is a problem determination aid which can be used to             
* display or stack another user's CP retrieve buffer.  **You need CP            
* privilege class E to run this program**                                       
* :lic.By placing material on this conference, I agree to grant IBM a           
* non-exclusive, royalty-free license for the material as set forth in          
* the LICENSE AGREEMNT file on this conference.                                 
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* (c) Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1993, 1995.         
*                  All Rights Reserved.                                         
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* Exec should be renamed to LASTCMDS, which was the name of the HPO             
* version of this tool (written by another author).                             
*                                                                               
* LASTCMDS syntax:                                                              
*                                                                               
*       LASTCMDS <userid> <( STACK>                                             
*                                                                               
*       Where: userid is the user for whom you which their RETRIEVE             
*              buffer displayed.                                                
*              If left blank, it defaults to your own userid.                   
*                                                                               
*              STACK will put the contents of the retrieve buffer               
*              on the stack (REXX QUEUE) with a '* ' appended to                
*              the beginning.                                                   
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 &1 &2 LASTCMDX EXEC     *   Rexx version