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* go to the end(beginning) of a line
 
* go to the end(beginning) of a line
 
  Ctrl-e, Ctrl-a  
 
  Ctrl-e, Ctrl-a  
* Cut text towards end of line
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* Cut text towards end of line and put it into the kill ring
 
  Ctrl-k
 
  Ctrl-k
* Kills next(previous) word
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* Kills next(previous) word and put it into the kill ring
 
  Esc-d, Esc-Backspace
 
  Esc-d, Esc-Backspace
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* Paste what is in the kill ring
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Ctrl-y
  
 
===Handling batch jobs===
 
===Handling batch jobs===

Revision as of 16:14, 23 November 2011

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Miscellaneous

Moving on a line (emacs, but also command line)

  • go towards next(previous) word
Esc-f, Esc-b
  • go to the end(beginning) of a line
Ctrl-e, Ctrl-a 
  • Cut text towards end of line and put it into the kill ring
Ctrl-k
  • Kills next(previous) word and put it into the kill ring
Esc-d, Esc-Backspace
  • Paste what is in the kill ring
Ctrl-y

Handling batch jobs

  • if you want to send a job on a computer and logout without killing the job:
:> nohup ./job

The coma to point conversion in French environment

if you are working with a configuration of Linux which has not the dot "." as a standard format for floating points data (for instance the coma "," in French), you can add the following two lines in your .bashrc file:

LC_NUMERIC=en_US
export LC_NUMERIC

this will make the job without too many side effects.