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Bash Cheat Sheet -- Vi Editing Mode Cheat Sheet
 

Bash Cheat Sheet -- Vi Editing Mode Cheat Sheet

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The cheat sheet includes: Commands for entering input mode, Basic movement commands, Character finding commands, Character finding commands, Deletion commands, Undo, redo and copy/paste commands, Commands for history manipulation, Completion commands, A few misc. commands, and Tips and examples.

The cheat sheet was created by examining bash source code, so it is very precise and complete!

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    Bash Cheat Sheet -- Vi Editing Mode Cheat Sheet Bash Cheat Sheet -- Vi Editing Mode Cheat Sheet Document Transcript

    • Readline VI Editing Mode Cheat Sheet Default Keyboard Shortcuts for Bash Shortcut Description Switching to Command Mode: ESC Switch to command mode. Commands for Entering Input mode: i Insert before cursor. a Insert after cursor. I Insert at the beginning of line. A Insert at the end of line. c Change text of a movement command (see below). C Change text to the end of line (equivalent to c$). cc or S Change current line (equivalent to 0c$). s Delete a single character under the cursor and enter input mode (equivalent to c[SPACE]) . r Rep