The CRETRIEV will move the cursor to the Home position, or will work as the RETRIEVE command, depending on the current location of the cursor.

If the cursor is currently on the command line, the CRETRIEV command will act like the RETRIEVE command and bring back to the Command line the previously issued command for use to modify and re-enter. Successive CRETRIEV commands will retrieve the previous, next previous, etc. commands. The Editor keeps the last 10 unique command lines available for retrieval. Note that the list of previous commands will be saved and recalled between SPFLite sessions.

If the cursor is not currently on the command line, then CRETRIEV acts like the Home key by placing the cursor at the beginning of the primary command area.

See also the Options - General  setting for Minimum Retrieve Length.

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