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Can anyone remind me what actions allow you to repeat the last string you use with out typing it out again?
What's the shortcut ot repeating a string without retyping it?
Steven Parker210,868 Points
I think you might be talking about how Python automatically stores the value of the last expression in the interpreter (which may or may not be a string) to a particular variable named "_" (underscore).
Or perhaps you mean the up-arrow key which will back-step through the command history (which also may or may not include strings).