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Flags accepted: -clear Clears all aliases. -global Show the global aliases. -search xxx Show only aliases with xxx in their expansion. -s xxx Short for -search alias View current aliases. alias <alias> <command> Set the verb alias to execute command. alias <alias> Check the value of <alias> unalias <alias> Remove <alias> from the alias list. Substitution variable that exist are: $* - Will be substituted with everything after the verb. $# - Where # is the number of the word after the verb to substitute. For example, if you: alias blah X $1 X $2 X $3 X then when you type blah one two three it will become X one X two X three X Prefixing the alias' verb with a $ allows you to set up a verb that does not require a space after it. i.e. 'alias $' say $*' will allow you to do says as: 'Hey! This is most Stufly! Look at the default aliases for examples. Note: $* is added to all aliases, unless was already part of it. No aliases or nicknames are parsed for lines starting with @.