When you first get into raspberry pie, when you're using commands under Linux, the cursor move is a headache.When the command is finished, it is executed and found to lack permissions, and then has to move the cursor to the top of the line, and the command is extremely long.When I learned command line related shortcuts, not only improved efficiency, but also let me like the command line operation.
The commonly used
Ctrl+ left and right: jump between words
Ctrl+a: jump to the top of the line
Ctrl+e: jump to the end of the page
Ctrl+u: delete the text before the current cursor (and the clipping function)
Ctrl+k: delete the text after the current cursor (and the clipping function)
Ctrl+L: clear the screen
Ctrl+y: paste Ctrl+u or Ctrl+ k cut content
Ctrl+w: deletes the character of the word in front of the cursor
Alt - d: start at cursor position and delete the word to the right.Toward the end of each line to delete
Ctrl - k: hold down the Ctrl key first, then the k key;
Alt - k: hold Alt key first, then press k key again;
M-k: first click the Esc key, then press the k key.
Move the cursor
Ctrl - a: move to the top of the row
Ctrl - e: moved to the end of the line
Ctrl - b: move one character back (left)
Ctrl - f: move one character back (right)
Alt-b: move a word back (left)
Alt-f: move a word back (right)
Ctrl - xx: move between the end of the command line and the cursor
M-b: move a word back (left)
M-f: move a word back (right)
Find history command
Ctrl - p: displays the previous history command of the current command
Ctrl - n: displays the next history command of the current command
Ctrl - r: search history command. As input, a match command in the history command is displayed. Enter executes the match command.The ESC key appears on the command line without executing the match command.
Ctrl - g: exit from history search mode (Ctrl - r).
Ctrl - l: clear the screen, and then redisplay the contents of the current line at the top.
Ctrl - o: execute the current command and select the previous command.
Ctrl - s: block screen output
Ctrl - q: allows screen output
Ctrl - c: terminate command
Ctrl - z: hang the command
Repeat the action
M - number of operations action: specifies the number of operations and repeats the specified operation.
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