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I want to set Ctrl-w to delete the previous word in csh (as it does by default in bash).

How can I do this?

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bindkey "^W" backward-delete-word
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This may be an adequate solution, but it could be improved by explaining how and why this works –  Raystafarian Jan 15 at 12:08

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