Linux Terminal Keyboard Shortcut

Keyboard Shortcuts

Run the command

Up Arrow Show the previous command

Ctrl + R
Allows you to type a part of the command you're looking for and finds it

Ctrl + Z
Stops the current command, resume with fg in the foreground or bg in the background

Ctrl + C
Halts the current command, cancel the current operation and/or start with a fresh new line

Ctrl + LClear the screen

command | less  Allows the scrolling of the bash command window using Shift + Up Arrow and Shift + Down Arrow

!!Repeats the last command

command  !$ Repeats the last argument of the previous command

Esc + . (a period)Insert the last argument of the previous command on the fly, which enables you to edit it before executing the command

Ctrl + A
Return to the start of the command you're typing

Ctrl + E 
Go to the end of the command you're typing

Ctrl + U
Cut everything before the cursor to a special clipboard, erases the whole line

Ctrl + KCut everything after the cursor to a special clipboard

Ctrl + YPaste from the special clipboard that Ctrl + U and Ctrl + K save their data to

Ctrl + T Swap the two characters before the cursor (you can actually use this to transport a character from the left to the right, try it!)

Ctrl + WDelete the word / argument left of the cursor in the current line

Ctrl + D Log out of current session, similar to exit



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