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 The "L" command will move you back  to the last node you visited,  even
 if it is in another file.

 All commands which change  nodes, except this  command, cause the  node
 name to be saved for use by this one.  The number of nodes saved should
 ideally  be  unlimited,   but  FORTRAN   static  storage   requirements
 regrettably put a cap on things, and currently only the last ten  nodes
 are remembered.  They are stored in a ring buffer, so when it fills up,
 successive "L" commands will just  cycle around the ring, visiting  the
 ten remembered nodes.