Handy shortcuts in bash

ctrl-a - move the cursor to the beginning of the current line
ctrl-e - move the cursor to the end of the current line
ESC-b - move the cursor backwards one word
ESC-f - move the cursor forward one word
ctrl-k - delete from cursor to the end of the line
ctrl-u - delete from cursor to the beginning of the line
ESC-d - delete the word in front of the cursor
ctrl-w - delete the word behind of the cursor
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