View the Entire Command Hierarchy

Use find command without any parameters to display the entire command hierarchy in the current command mode. For example, running this command from operational mode on a VM-Series Palo Alto Networks device yields the following (partial result):
username@hostname> find command 
target set <value> 
target show 
schedule uar-report user <value> user-group <value> skip-detailed-browsing <yes|no> title <value> period <value> start-time <value> end-time <value> vsys <value> 
schedule botnet-report period <last-calendar-day|last-24-hrs> topn <1-500> query <value> 
clear arp <value>|<all> 
clear neighbor <value>|<all> 
clear mac <value>|<all> 
clear job id <0-4294967295> 
clear query id <0-4294967295> 
clear query all-by-session 
clear report id <0-4294967295> 
clear report all-by-session 
clear report cache 
clear log traffic 
clear log threat 
clear log config 
clear log system 
clear log alarm 
clear log acc 
clear log hipmatch 
clear log userid 
clear log iptag 
clear wildfire counters 
clear counter interface 
clear counter global name <value> 
clear counter global filter category <value> severity <value> aspect <value> pac 
ket-filter <yes|no> 
clear counter all 
clear session id <1-4294967295> 
clear session all filter nat <none|source|destination|both> ssl-decrypt <yes|no> type <flow|predict> state <initial|opening|active|discard|closing|closed> from <value> to <value> source <ip/netmask> destination <ip/netmask> source-user <value> destination-user <value> source-port <1-65535> destination-port <1-65535> protocol <1-255> application <value> rule <value> nat-rule <value> qos-rule <value> pbf-rule <value> dos-rule <value> hw-interface <value> min-kb <1-1048576> qos-node-id <0-5000>|<-2> qos-class <1-8> vsys-name <value>|<any> 
clear application-signature statistics 
clear nat-rule-cache rule <value> 
clear statistics 
clear high-availability control-link statistics 
clear high-availability transitions 
clear vpn ike-sa gateway <value> 
clear vpn ipsec-sa tunnel <value> 
clear vpn ike-preferred-version gateway <value> 
clear vpn ike-hashurl 
clear vpn flow tunnel-id <1-2147483648> 
clear dhcp lease all expired-only 
clear dhcp lease interface clear dhcp lease interface <name> ip <ip/netmask> 
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