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January 24, 2013, 21:42

Checkout Bash "inputrc", which controls the behavior of readline. You can do some really cool things (capture command in a visual editor, modify it, return it to the command line for execution). As I was reading the above, I kept echoing one variable at a time. I used parameter expansion:
for p in "${!HIST@}"; do echo $p=${!p}; done

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