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HUH(1)			    General Commands Manual			HUH(1)

NAME
       huh - redisplay last telegram received.

SYNOPSIS
       huh [-sk]

DESCRIPTION
       Huh  reprints  the  last	telegram that was sent to you.	It is intended
       for use when telegrams get garbled on your screen.

       Huh will	only work if you had the ``record'' flag turned	 on  when  the
       telegram	 was  received.	  This	flag can be turned on with the mesg(1)
       command.

       Normally, huh will delete each message immediately after	displaying it.
       If  the	-k flag	is given, the message is non deleted, and the next huh
       command will display it again.  On the other hand,  the	-s  flag  sup-
       presses the display of the message, so it will just be deleted.

       Normally, only the last message is retained, except when	amin(1)	is run
       with the	-p flag.

AUTHOR
       Jan Wolter

FILES
       ~/.lastmesg
       /etc/wrttmp

SEE ALSO
       mesg(1),	write(1), amin(1)

7th Edition			 Jan 20, 2000				HUH(1)

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