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Source code for WRKCMDSTK

Source code for WRKCMDSTK

I'm looking for source code on the Internet for WRKCMDSTK (Work with command stack) that gives easy access to the commands I have already executed -- rather then hitting F9 a lot of times.
I'm unfamiliar with the WRKCMDSTK command. but I have used the following utility now for a couple of years and it seems to work quite well:

/* CMDLOG   - Previously Executed Commands
/* Copyright (C) 01/23/2001  Craig Rutledge  
/* This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it
/* Under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
/* The Free Software Foundation.  See GNU General Public License for

Click here to view the CMDLOG XML Code distribution file.


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