Note: I omitted keybindings that collide with either my WM or shell xon/xoff
Note 2: I seem to be too stupid to enter vi-mode; perhaps/likely it's nice.
C-r : start incremental search backwards C-g : abort incremental search; restore original line <Esc> : " " " ; line becomes last search-result
C-a : go to beginning of line C-e : " " end " " C-f : go forward one char C-b : " back " " M-f : " forward " word
C-p : fetch previous command from history C-n : " next " " " M-C-y : yank first/Nth argument from prev command (repeat for prev command in history) M-. : " last " " " " " " " " " "
C-v : quoted-insert (insert next typed char verbatim) M-u : change current word to upper case M-l : " " " " lower " M-c : capitalise current word
C-k : kill until end of line C-u : kill backwards until start of line M-d : kill until end of word C-w : kill backwards until start of word C-y : yank whatever was last deleted (when repeated, yank again / append) M-y : yank whatever was last deleted, and pop kill-ring (when repeated, replace previous yank)
C-x ( : start recording macro C-x ) : end " " C-x e : call last recorded macro
M-0..9 : add digit to argument accumulating C-x C-u : undo, from a per-line buffer M-<space> : set mark C-x C-x : jump to mark C-] <char> : find forward to next <char> M-C-] <char> : " backward " " "
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