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===Command history===
 
===Command history===
  
Stop here and try hitting the Up arrow on your keyboard a few times. The Python <b>interpreter</b> saves a history of what you've entered, so you can arrow up to old commands and hit Return to re-run them!
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Stop here and try hitting the Up arrow on your keyboard. The Python <b>interpreter</b> saves a history of what you've entered, so you can arrow up to old commands and hit Return to re-run them!
  
 
==Variables==
 
==Variables==

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