Command prompt[?] output:
Unlike most operating systems, the CIOS has so few commands that it will interpret truncated commands without requiring the user to autocomplete the command. Entering a command that requires an argument without an argument will produce:
To display arguments use the "?" argument. ("?" is also the help command.)
Like most operating systems, the CIOS has a command history[?]. It can be accessed using the up and down arrow keys (like other operating systems.)
Commands will not be shown to users that or do not have sufficient privilege[?] to access them. Commands will fail to execute as if they don't exist. The highest priveledge mode for a user is the "Priveleged Exec" mode. (accessible using the Enable command).
Administrators should also be familiar with the following modes: