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using vi mode keybind in the terminal

neo created at9 months ago view count: 22
set -o vi

check is ok

set -o | grep vi

grep

grep searches for PATTERNS in each FILE. PATTERNS is one or more patterns separated by newline characters, and grep prints each line that matches a pattern. Typically PATTERNS should be quoted when grep is used in a shell command.

A FILE of ``-'' stands for standard input. If no FILE is given, recursive searches examine the working directory, and nonrecursive searches read standard input.

In addition, the variant programs egrep, fgrep and rgrep are the same as grep -E, grep -F, and grep -r, respectively. These variants are deprecated, but are provided for backward compatibility.  

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