|Commands For Moving||Moving about the line.|
|Commands For History||Getting at previous lines.|
|Commands For Text||Commands for changing text.|
|Commands For Killing||Commands for killing and yanking.|
|Numeric Arguments||Specifying numeric arguments, repeat counts.|
|Commands For Completion||Getting Readline to do the typing for you.|
|Keyboard Macros||Saving and re-executing typed characters|
|Miscellaneous Commands||Other miscellaneous commands.|
This section describes Readline commands that may be bound to key sequences. You can list your key bindings by executing
bind -P or, for a more terse format, suitable for an inputrc file,
bind -p. (See Bash Builtins.) 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
set-mark command. The text between the point and mark is referred to as the region.
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