Tip of the Trade: Bash Command Line Shortcuts
Oct 15, 2008, 09:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Here, are a few useful candidates. (C = control key, M =
C-r and C-s : Launch an incremental search backward and forward
(respectively), in your command-line history.
C-j and C-g : Abandon an incremental search either with the line
found, or with the original line (respectively).
M-. or ESC then . : Both of these insert the final argument to
the last command at the cursor point. This is useful when moving
files around and editing them."