Bash keyboard shortcuts make it faster and easier to get things done at the terminal. In this lesson we'll look at the following shortcuts:
- Ctrl+A - go to the beginning of a line
- Ctrl+E- go to the end of a line
- Ctrl+K - clears line up to the cursor
- Ctrl+W - delete last word
- Ctrl+L - clear the screen (equivalent of the
Note: these shortcuts work on Terminal, iTerm 2, and Hyper. If you are using an alternative terminal, they may not work.