Linux - Editing file in nano
If you need to edit a file and don't want to spend any time learning an abscure editor, then use Nano. Nano is a clone of pico, so if for some reasons the
nano command isn't available, try
$ nano testOne.txt
When you start Nano you can see the file's contents and a list of commands at the bottom of your screen. The carrot (
^) symbol represents a Ctrl key. So, you see that
- Ctrl + X to exit.
- Ctrl + W to search.
- Ctrl + O to save.
- Ctrl + G to get help.
Editing with Nano is pretty easy. Arrow keys work as you expect, down, right, up, left.
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