UMBC CMSC 104 Spring 2001 CSEE | 104 | current 104

Summary of Emacs Commands

M-v Move backward one screenful C-l Clear screen and redisplay everything (Putting the text near the cursor at the centre of the screen) C-p Move to the previous line C-n Move to the next line C-b Move backward one character C-f Move forward one character C-d Delete one character C-k Kill from the cursor position to end of line C-y To yank the lastly killed text back C-a Move to the begining of the line C-e Move to the end of the line M-k Kill to the end of the current sentence M-f Move forward one word M-b Move backward one word M-a Move to the begining of the sentence M-e Move to the end of the sentence M-< Move to the begining of the file M-> Move to the end of the file M-d Kill the next word after the cursor C-x u Undoes one command's worth of changes C-x C-s Save the file C-x C-w Write to the file C-x C-f retrieve/open a file C-u n C-f Move forward `n' characters (n should be a number) C-x C-c Save file and exit Note: M stands for Meta-key and is usually the escape key

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