>0 brendantcc @ 2018/08/29 04:32
QUICK TIP #1 Uhm hey there! Welcome to Quick Tips! I promise this isn't some spin-off of an LTT segment. Let's get on with the tip already. Need a quick way to backspace a whole word? hold down [Ctrl] while pressing [Backspace]. Thank me later. ~brendantcc [emails] firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
>1 ben @ 2018/08/29 05:53
https://tilde.news/s/lwzd7q/gnu_readline_for_better_productivity_on see these readline keybinds. ctrl-backspace isn't going to work somewhere with readline enabled. you'll need ctrl-w.
>2 brendantcc @ 2018/08/31 00:13
Right, okay. Thanks Ben! :)
>3 justin @ 2018/10/13 02:43
>>OP And if you put "set -o vi" into your .bashrc file, you can get Vi keybindings at the command prompt. Hit Esc to get into Control Mode, then you can h, l, b, w, $, and 0 to your heart's content.
>4 ben @ 2018/10/20 04:29
>>3 heh this is assuming that he uses bash :P but yeah most shells have a vi mode!
>5 Rushd @ 2020/05/12 11:01
Does that work on nano?>>OP
>6 blitzkraft @ 2020/05/21 05:44
>>5 nano works with readline shortcuts, which are also emacs shortcuts. Example, Ctrl-a takes to the beginning of the line.