NANO ShortCut

nano is a text editor for Unix-like computing systems or operating environments using a command line interface.

NANO ShortCut

Ctrl + K will cut the line of text.
Ctrl + U Paste

Ctrl Key Combination    Function Key    Alt Key Combination    Description
^G    F1        Display the help text
^X    F2        Close the current file buffer / Exit from nano
^O    F3        Write the current file to disk
^W    F6        Search for a string or a regular expression
^\    F14    M-R    Replace a string or a regular expression
^K    F9        Cut the current line and store it in the cutbuffer
^U    F10        Uncut from the cutbuffer into the current line
        M-T    Cut from the cursor position to the end of the file
        
Alt-U or Option-U - undo
Alt-E or Option-E - redo
        
        
        
        

^_    F13    M-G    Go to line and column number
^^    F15    M-A    Mark text at the cursor position
    F16    M-W    Repeat last search
        M-^ or M-6    Copy the current line and store it in the cutbuffer

^J    F4        Justify the current paragraph
^R    F5        Insert another file into the current one
^C    F11        Display the position of the cursor

^Y    F7        Move to the previous screen
^V    F8        Move to the next screen
^T    F12        Invoke the spell checker, if available
        M-}    Indent the current line
        M-{    Unindent the current line
^F            Move forward one character
^B            Move back one character
^Space            Move forward one word
        M-Space    Move back one word
^P            Move to the previous line
^N            Move to the next line
^A            Move to the beginning of the current line
^E            Move to the end of the current line
        M-( or M-9    Move to the beginning of the current paragraph
        M-) or M-0    Move to the end of the current paragraph
        M-\ or M-|    Move to the first line of the file
        M-/ or M-?    Move to the last line of the file
        M-]    Move to the matching bracket
        M-- or M-_    Scroll up one line without scrolling the cursor
        M-+ or M-=    Scroll down one line without scrolling the cursor
        M-< or M-,    Switch to the previous file buffer
        M-> or M-.    Switch to the next file buffer
        M-V    Insert the next keystroke verbatim
^I            Insert a tab at the cursor position
^M            Insert a newline at the cursor position
^D            Delete the character under the cursor
^H            Delete the character to the left of the cursor
        M-J    Justify the entire file
        M-D    Count the number of words, lines, and characters
^L            Refresh (redraw) the current screen
        M-X    Help mode enable/disable
        M-C    Constant cursor position display enable/disable
        M-O    Use of one more line for editing enable/disable
        M-S    Smooth scrolling enable/disable
        M-P    Whitespace display enable/disable
        M-Y    Color syntax highlighting enable/disable
        M-H    Smart home key enable/disable
        M-I    Auto indent enable/disable
        M-K    Cut to end enable/disable
        M-L    Long line wrapping enable/disable
        M-Q    Conversion of typed tabs to spaces enable/disable
        M-B    Backup files enable/disable
        M-F    Multiple file buffers enable/disable
        M-M    Mouse support enable/disable
        M-N    No conversion from DOS/Mac format enable/disable
        M-Z    Suspension enable/disable

Created Wed, Aug 3, 2016 8:22 PM by Ahmet Faruk Bişkinler
Last Updated Mon, Aug 15, 2016 12:30 PM by Ahmet Faruk Bişkinler