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"Show ARP" command on Dell PowerConnect switches flag/switch to dispaly whole table at once

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Does anyone know if there is a flag/switch/command that I can use in Dell PowerConnect switches to display the whole arp table instead for it to wait for user input for the next screen.
Ex. if I run "show arp" it displays one screen and says -------More---or---(q) quit----------
so it is waiting for my input to press any key in order to continue displaying rest of the table or Q for quit.
This is needed so I can copy it in text file for further processing.
Thanks.
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I got it.
Do "en" after login then '"terminal length 0" then command will show everything without pause.
Cool.....
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