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Python Object-Oriented Python Instant Objects Methods

Tiana Manzano
Tiana Manzano
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Running kenneth.pickpocket()

This might seem like a bit of a silly question but.. How did Kenneth run "kenneth.pickpocket()" several times without having to retype the whole thing?

1 Answer

When you're in a console you can hit the up arrow key and it will go to the previous command. Hitting up multiple times cycles through previous commands.