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Korn Shell: Unix and Linux Programming Manual, Third Edition, The by Anatole Olczak

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Other Edit Commands

Miscellaneous commands.

[count]ymotion y[count]motion Yank current character through character that motion would move the cursor to and puts them into the delete buffer. The text and cursor are unchanged.
Y Yanks from current position to end of line. Equivalent to y$.
u Undo the last text modifying command.
U Undo all the text modifying commands performed on the line.
[count]v Returns the command fc –e ${VISUAL:– ${EDITOR:–vi}} count in the input buffer. If count is omitted, then the current line is used.
^L Line feed and print current line. Has effect only in control mode.
^J (New line) Execute the current line, regardless of mode.
^M (Return) Execute current line, regardless of mode.
# Sends the line after inserting a ...

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