Consider that we write on terminal
cat file0.csv, and then get 1000 lines of code. After that, we write
cat file1.csv and then we get other 1000 lines of code. And so forth till
Whenever we want to go up to the last line --let's say, to check if we write
file*.csv correctly without using
history or reverse search, or simply to consult the first results of our commands without repeating them using
head-- the only method we have is
SHIFT + Page Up, but it is so tedious when there are 1000 lines of code per file. It becomes even worse when you only have
SHIFT + Page Down and what your are looking for is not close neither to your current position nor the last line of the terminal --making
end keys not useful for this case--.
Thus, are there any shortcuts to jump up/down directly across the manually-typed lines of a bash terminal?