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Old 02-05-2008, 09:37 AM   #1
frenky.nn
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How to read "bind -P"


Hi *,
under bash, bind -P gives you current key bindings.

E.g.:

$ bind -P
abort can be found on "\C-g", "\C-x\C-g", "\e\C-g".
accept-line can be found on "\C-j", "\C-m".
alias-expand-line is not bound to any keys
arrow-key-prefix is not bound to any keys
backward-char can be found on "\C-b", "\eOD", "\e[D".
backward-delete-char can be found on "\C-h", "\C-?".
backward-kill-line can be found on "\C-x\C-?".
backward-kill-word can be found on "\e\C-h", "\e\C-?".
backward-word can be found on "\eb".
beginning-of-history can be found on "\e<".
beginning-of-line can be found on "\C-a".
call-last-kbd-macro can be found on "\C-xe".
capitalize-word can be found on "\ec".
...


What is the meaning behind for example "\ec"?
This is no doubt covered by some man page, but I do not know which one.

Thanks in advance!!
 
Old 02-06-2008, 11:27 AM   #2
mahmoud
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what are you trying to do try
rndc status
and post the errors
 
  


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