Major Section: HISTORY
Examples: :pe! name ; prints each event that corresponds to name.
Pe! takes one argument, a logical name other than
:here, and prints
in full all the events for that name.
Pe! also sketches the command
responsible for that event in each case that the command is
different from the event itself. See pc for a description of
the format used to display a command. To remind you that the event
is inferior to the command, i.e., you can only undo the entire
command, not just the event, the event is indented slightly from the
command and a slash (meant to suggest a tree branch) connects them.
pe if you want only the latest event corresponding to a given
name, or if you want to use the logical name
:here; see pe.