flush — writes
buffered data to disk.
The name of one or more (using a globbing pattern)
histories previously defined by the history
command. When this parameter is not specified, the
default is *, to include all
t (true) if
(error "No history matching pattern")
This command removes the data for the
specified history or histories from the buffer and writes them
to the associated files. If no pattern
is specified, all buffers are flushed to file.
This command corresponds to the Cogent C API function HI_Flush and
dynamic library function.
[sh]$ lsend Hist
Hist> (flush p3)
Hist> (flush p*)