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In text editors i like to use hotkeys: ctrl+arrow, ctrl+shift+arrow, ctrl+shift+(end|home).

Is any way to do this in console?

Im using /bin/bash, I know it was many other shells, but I know about they nothing.

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By default, your bash could support Alt+F for Forward and Alt+B for Backward. Selection can be started by pressing Ctrl+Space (or, at least, that's the default in some of the distributions).

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It is possible to change keys for ctrl+* ? – user1081056 Sep 3 '12 at 10:13
It might be, see help bind. – choroba Sep 3 '12 at 10:20
Thanks, that was i need. – user1081056 Sep 3 '12 at 10:37

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