Usage: TYPE <keystrokes>
The TYPE command simulates keyboard keystrokes. You can
include control characters as well as normal characters and
they will respond as they would as if typed at the keyboard.
A control key is specified by a ^ before the letter. For
TYPE Testing^B^B^B go^E
will type the word "Testing", move the cursor left three
spaces, then type " go" and move the cursor to the end of the
line, leaving "Test going" on the input line. This will
probably happen too fast to see.

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