options] bind [
Print or set the bindings that allow keys to invoke functions such as cursor movement and line editing. Typical syntax choices for keys are "\C-t" for Ctrl-T and "\M-t" or "\et" for Esc-T (quoting is needed to escape the sequences from the shell). Function names can be seen though the -l option.
Consult filename for bindings, which should be in the same format as on the bind command line.
Print all Readline functions, which are functions that can be bound to keys.
Specify a keymap for this and further bindings. Possible keymaps are emacs, emacs-standard, emacs-meta, emacs-ctlx, vi, vi-move, vi-command, and vi-insert.
Display all functions and the keys that invoke them, in the format by which keys can be set.
Display the key bindings that invoke function.
Remove the binding attached to key so that it no longer works.
Display all macros and the keys that invoke them, in the format by which keys can be set.
Remove all the bindings attached to function so that no keys will invoke it.
Display all Readline variables (settings that affect history and line editing) and their current settings, in the format by which variables can be set.
Bind key to a shell command.
Display all bound keys and the functions they invoke.
Display all macros and the keys that invoke them.
Display all Readline variables (settings that affect history and line ...