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set alias <keyword>
alias set <keyword>
alias edit <keyword>
alias show [keyword]
The 'aliases' and 'alias show' commands will show you a list of all your
current aliases. You can also see what each alias is by giving its
keyword, for example 'alias show nuke' to see your 'nuke' alias.
The 'unalias' command deletes an existing alias. You may also mass
delete all standard or function key aliases with alias removeall and
alias removeall fkeys respectively.
Aliases can contain more than one command. To begin setting an alias,
use the 'alias set' command, for example:
alias set nuke
Once you've started setting the alias, you'll be prompted to enter
commands into the alias, one line at a time. Simply type in the
commands you want for the alias, and when you're done finish the
alias with a '/done' command on the last line.
To edit an alias, use the 'alias edit' command. For example:
alias edit nuke
Note that aliases may invoke other aliases, but cannot invoke themselves
recursively. The number of aliases that may be set is dependent on
character level. Aliases may also take and pass around arguments. See
'help alias args' for more information.