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Question: How can I cut off long output?

I'm using Maple for a math project.  FYI, this is my first time ever using Maple, so I'm a complete newbie.  I'm lucky I even got as far as I did, because had I not stumbled upon the ? function, I'd still be stuck trying to figure out step 1.  Anyways, I entered this into a Maple document:

with(combinat, setpartition) :
P := {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10} :
setpartition(P, 1);
setpartition(P, 2);
setpartition(P, 3);
setpartition(P, 4);
setpartition(P, 5);

The purpose of this is to demonstrate which partition sizes produce valid output.  As you may imagine, however, some of these commands generate an ABSURD amount of output because Maple lists every single possible way to partition the elements.  All I need is maybe the first 2 or 3 lines of that output to show that it worked.

Is there any way I can select the output from a statement and have Maple, say, truncate it with an ellipsis?  Or something like that?

EDIT:  If at all possible, I want to change how Maple displays the result without changing the result itself.  In other words, yes, I could have it display only the first partition by adding a subscript 1 to the command, but I would prefer not to do that unless it's the only way.

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