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manual:chapter6:stack:cmd_stkpop [2019/10/19 14:51]
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manual:chapter6:stack:cmd_stkpop [2019/10/19 15:27]
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 |**Type**| [[manual:​chapter5:​basics#​operators|Command]] ​ || |**Type**| [[manual:​chapter5:​basics#​operators|Command]] ​ ||
-|**Parallel list processing**| [[manual:​chapter5:​listproc#​group-1commands-that-cannot-parallel-process|Group ​2]]  || +|**Parallel list processing**| [[manual:​chapter5:​listproc#​group-1commands-that-cannot-parallel-process|Group ​1]]  || 
 |**Affected by flags**| None  || |**Affected by flags**| None  ||
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 The ''​STKPOP''​ command clears current stack and replaces it with a snapshot recalled from the top of the Undo stack. Subsequently the snapshot is removed from the Undo stack and all remaining snapshots drop one place. The ''​STKPOP''​ command clears current stack and replaces it with a snapshot recalled from the top of the Undo stack. Subsequently the snapshot is removed from the Undo stack and all remaining snapshots drop one place.
  
-The command has little utility in interactive mode, since each time a command is typed and [[manual:​chapter6:​operators:​cmd_ovr_xeq|XEQ]]ted a snapshot of the stack is already pushed on the Undo stack: the only effect of ''​STKPOP''​ would be to overwrite the current stack with a snapshot of itself.+The command has little utility in interactive mode, since each time a command is typed and ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​operators:​cmd_ovr_xeq|XEQ]]''​ted a snapshot of the stack is already pushed on the Undo stack: the only effect of ''​STKPOP''​ would be to overwrite the current stack with a snapshot of itself.
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