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Command Filters for CLI Operational Commands

Overview of Command Filters for CLI Operational Commands
a
append
Append the command output to a file.
b
begin
Display the command output beginning with the line that contains the specified string. The string is case-sensitive.
best-effort
Display the command output or continue loading a file even if some kind of failure has occurred that might interfere with the process.
c
context-match
Display the upper hierarchy in which a command or string appears in the configuration.
count
Count the number of lines in the command output. The count of lines includes the line on which you type the command.
d
de-select
Do not display a field in the command output.
details
Display the default values for commands in the running configuration.
display xml
Render the command output as XML.
e
exclude
Exclude the lines that contain the string defined by the regular expression from the command output.
i
include
Include only the lines that contain the string defined by the regular expression in the command output.
l
linnum
Number the lines in the command output. This command effectively counts the numbers of lines in the output.
m
match-all
Display the command output that matches all command-output filters.
match-any
Display the command output that matches any one of the command-output filters.
more
Paginate the command output. This is the default behavior.
n
nomore
Do not paginate command output.
notab
Display tabular command output in a list rather than in a table.
r
repeat
Redisplay the output of a show command periodically.
s
save
Save the command output to a file.
select
Display fields to display in the command output.
sort-by
Arrange the command output based on the values in a particular field.
t
tab
Display tabular command output in table even if the table is wider than the width of the screen.
u
until
Display the command output, ending with the line that contains the specified string. The string is case-sensitive.
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