auto completion. only work if the file/command is in current directory
does a search in the previously given commands so thatdoes a search in the previously given commands so that you dont have to repeat long command
clears the typing before the hotkey.
takes you to the begining of the command you are currently typing.
search in the previously given commands (esc-/ keyin the command you want search & enter. press n or N to go to the next or previous command, even ctrl-r in bash can't go to the next or previous command or maybe i just don't know how.
takes you to the end of the command you are currently typing in.
filename check - this is cool!!!
takes you back by one word while typing a command.
forward one character
kills the current command or process.
backward one character
kills the shell.
delete one character
deletes one letter at a time from the command you are typing in.
replace one character
puts the currently running process in background, the process can be brought back to run state by using fg command.
forward end of word
like ctrl-r lets you search through the previously given commands.
backward beginning of word
gives the last command you typed.
delete to end of line
insert text (current space)
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insert text (adjacent space)
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move cursor to beginning of line
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move cursor to end of line