Something I've been wondering for a long time.. are command defaults stored
anywhere in a table... or are they actually part of the command itself?

Even if it's just if a user uses CHGCMDDFT to change it and it's only
stored then, that may be useful.

If they are stored in the command object.. I suppose there's no way to get
the defaults without processing the command with a CL... maybe dumping the
object? Man, I haven't done that forever. :)

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