Let's learn some shortcuts for quick navigation around the command line.
Type the following sentence out into your command line for practice.
$ hello I am a testing monkey
We can use the ctrl-key (^) to move our cursor:
We can move through either a character or a word at a time.
Sometimes when we type really fast, we switch letters or words around.
We can fix this with transpose:
Try it with these examples here:
$ java helloWordl $ ls directoryName -l
To convert to lower or uppercase:
To delete (or kill) characters or words, use the following:
If the terminal window seems cluttered and we'd like to clear everything, we type:
Or to be more efficient, just hit
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