The command line dialog takes LISP commands, or LISP expressions, which are typed or pasted into a dialog, and which the LISP core of LISPIX then evaluates.
For example (* 8 8 8) prints
in a text window.
You can define short functions in this way.
Here are some expressions for printing various information. which are also available using Help / Sample & Info / Info / ...
Just cut and paste the expressions between and including the parentheses into the command line dialog. TOOLS / command line
* Lispix parameters. (print_plist :mlx)
* Memory status (cp-print-lisp-memory-status)
* date and time (date_string)
* aux folders This shows where Lispix looks for internal data. (print-logical-host-information).