How can a user know the last 'true command' executed

Nov 8, 2015
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How can one know the last 'true command' executed in any way, most commonly the command that uses variable.
For instance an alias in an alias file :
a =dir /s /a:sh %1 & copy /a:sh %1 D:\SYSTEMHIDDEN​

And he just type 'a api*kernel*.dll' then enter and wants to know the actual command line had just run.
It's just everyone needs as it's a mandatory and basic debugging way
 
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