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Use [CTRL]+r to quickly recall a previous command

Posted on Monday, April 9, 2001 @ 01:33:26 AM CDT by David Yee [] [read 2184 times]

 
Tips: Linux/Unix world
The up/down arrrow keys are very useful for bringing back commands you've executed, but sometimes it can take a while until you find one you want. Use [CTRL]+r instead to bring up the (reverse-i-search)`': prompt where you can enter in any letter/word combination that was in the command you want to recall.



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