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Ed Cheat Sheet -- Unix Text Editor Cheat Sheet
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Ed Cheat Sheet -- Unix Text Editor Cheat Sheet

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This cheat sheet contains: Line addressing symbols and their description (line addressing summary), and all the ed commands and their description (command summary).

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  • 1. Ed Text Editor Summary Line Addressing Summary: Address Symbol Description . The current line (address) in the buffer. $ The last line in the buffer. n The nth, line in the buffer where n is a number in the range [0,$]. - The previous line. This is equivalent to -1 and may be repeated with cumulative effect. ^ -n The nth previous line, where n is a non-negative number. ^n + The next line. This is equivalent to +1 and may be repeated with cumulative effect. +n The nth next line, where n is a non-negative number. whitespace n Whitespace followed by a number n is interpreted as +n. , The first through last lines in the buffer. This is equivalent to the addre

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