Here you go.

Page Up – Jumps to the first command in the command history buffer.

Page Down – Jumps to the last command in the history buffer.

Ctrl + Left Arrow – Goes to the left one word at a time.

Ctrl + Right Arrow – Goes to the right one word at a time.

F7 – Shows command history buffer. You can use the up and down arrow keys to navigate the buffer and press Enter to select the command. You can also press F9 and select a command by its number.

Ctrl + Home – Deletes all the characters at the current position up to the beginning of the line. Characters to the right of the current position, if any, remain intact.

Ctrl + End – Deletes everything from the current position up to the end of the line.

Alt +F7 – Clears the command history and start you off with a new list.

Character + (F8) – Shows all the commands you’ve entered that begin with the ‘Character’, one by one. For example, G +F8 will show you commands you’ve entered that begin with a ‘G’.

 

– Thanks, Jinesh.

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