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Word Navigation in unix

Posted By: Kai Evans     Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu     Views: 3489

Word Navigation in unix language.

Word Navigation in unix

b : moves back to the beginning of the word.
w : moves forward to the beginning of the word.
e : moves forward to the end of the word.

Absolute movement

G for the movement.

Moving the text

move cursor to x and then press x and then p.

For joining the line

J for joining

Undo the last instruction


Repeat the last command


Searches for the pattern

/patern sear in the forward direction
?patern sear in the backward direction

Searches and replaces


copy and paste

yy and p

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