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Useful command line cursor shortcuts

Find below some useful cursor shortcuts, while it may take a while to get used to using these commands, they will increase your efficiency in command line usage.

Move the the beginning of the line:

CTRL+A

Move to the end of the line:

CTRL+E

Cut everything before the cursor:

CTRL+Y

Cut everything after the cursor:

CTRL+K

Cut the first word before the cursor:

CTRL+W

Posted in Linux on the 10th September 2010

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