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Hey, I found another one in the documentation that is quite useful:
M-. cycles through previous commands' last argument.
This page pushed me to try and learn bash shortcuts and as a result, I got faster and more efficient. Thanks :)
oh and cjk, those are good to know but the ones in the cheat sheet concentrate on letters and keys that are centered on the main chunk of the keyboard. By using the letters and stuff near them, you get to move your hands around the keyboard less often, which makes you operate faster ;)
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