05. Navigating the screen H, L, M, ctrl+e, ctrl+y

Great progress! Your navigational skills are getting great! :-) Now let's look at how to navigating through your screen. To navigate around the screen: H - to the top of the screen 4H moves 4 lines below the top L - to the bottom of the screen 3L moves 3 lines above the last line M - to midscreen Let's just place some filler text here to extend this file length so you can have more space. Now how about scrolling along the screen? Use: ctrl+e - move the screen one line up ctrl+y - move the screen one line down Review Questions 1) Navigate through the following uppercase letters: Hello my name is Bobby. I don't know how to use white space properly. So sometimes I use four spaces, sometimes two, It really just depends on my mood. 2) Navigate from the beginning to the end of each sentence above. Answers: 1) Use "-" and the [return] key 2) Use "^" and "$"

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