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8.4.1 Commands For Moving Moving about the line. 8.4.2 Commands For Manipulating The History Getting at previous lines. 8.4.3 Commands For Changing Text Commands for changing text. 8.4.4 Killing And Yanking Commands for killing and yanking. 8.4.5 Specifying Numeric Arguments Specifying numeric arguments, repeat counts. 8.4.6 Letting Readline Type For You Getting Readline to do the typing for you. 8.4.7 Keyboard Macros Saving and re-executing typed characters 8.4.8 Some Miscellaneous Commands Other miscellaneous commands.
This section describes Readline commands that may be bound to key
You can list your key bindings by executing
bind -P or, for a more terse format, suitable for an
bind -p. (See section 4.2 Bash Builtin Commands.)
Command names without an accompanying key sequence are unbound by default.
In the following descriptions, point refers to the current cursor
position, and mark refers to a cursor position saved by the
The text between the point and mark is referred to as the region.