TCC Command Line Keys - not saving to history?

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Jun 7, 2008
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TCC 12.11.76 Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]

Is it possible to execute lines with TCC and _NOT_ save them to history?

The reverse is possible - use Ctrl-K - the command line is not executed but it is saved to history (very useful).

I have the opposite. I have a program that that must have the short DOS 8.3 filename, (Ctrl-A comes in use) but I wish to execute the line and not save it to history (because once executed it is not useful to retain it).
Is this possible? I could not see it in TCC's help on command line editing.

I have a faint recollection that prefix'ing with @ might do this.
Yet to try it out.

Thanks

Stephen Howe