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  1.  
  2.                    SSUUMMMMAARRYY OOFF LLEESSSS CCOOMMMMAANNDDSS
  3.  
  4.       Commands marked with * may be preceded by a number, _N.
  5.       Notes in parentheses indicate the behavior if _N is given.
  6.       A key preceded by a caret indicates the Ctrl key; thus ^K is ctrl-K.
  7.  
  8.   h  H                 Display this help.
  9.   q  :q  Q  :Q  ZZ     Exit.
  10.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  11.  
  12.                            MMOOVVIINNGG
  13.  
  14.   e  ^E  j  ^N  CR  *  Forward  one line   (or _N lines).
  15.   y  ^Y  k  ^K  ^P  *  Backward one line   (or _N lines).
  16.   f  ^F  ^V  SPACE  *  Forward  one window (or _N lines).
  17.   b  ^B  ESC-v      *  Backward one window (or _N lines).
  18.   z                 *  Forward  one window (and set window to _N).
  19.   w                 *  Backward one window (and set window to _N).
  20.   ESC-SPACE         *  Forward  one window, but don't stop at end-of-file.
  21.   d  ^D             *  Forward  one half-window (and set half-window to _N).
  22.   u  ^U             *  Backward one half-window (and set half-window to _N).
  23.   ESC-)  RightArrow *  Left  one half screen width (or _N positions).
  24.   ESC-(  LeftArrow  *  Right one half screen width (or _N positions).
  25.   F                    Forward forever; like "tail -f".
  26.   r  ^R  ^L            Repaint screen.
  27.   R                    Repaint screen, discarding buffered input.
  28.         ---------------------------------------------------
  29.         Default "window" is the screen height.
  30.         Default "half-window" is half of the screen height.
  31.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  32.  
  33.                           SSEEAARRCCHHIINNGG
  34.  
  35.   /_p_a_t_t_e_r_n          *  Search forward for (_N-th) matching line.
  36.   ?_p_a_t_t_e_r_n          *  Search backward for (_N-th) matching line.
  37.   n                 *  Repeat previous search (for _N-th occurrence).
  38.   N                 *  Repeat previous search in reverse direction.
  39.   ESC-n             *  Repeat previous search, spanning files.
  40.   ESC-N             *  Repeat previous search, reverse dir. & spanning files.
  41.   ESC-u                Undo (toggle) search highlighting.
  42.   &_p_a_t_t_e_r_n          *  Display only matching lines
  43.         ---------------------------------------------------
  44.         A search pattern may be preceded by one or more of:
  45.         ^N or !  Search for NON-matching lines.
  46.         ^E or *  Search multiple files (pass thru END OF FILE).
  47.         ^F or @  Start search at FIRST file (for /) or last file (for ?).
  48.         ^K       Highlight matches, but don't move (KEEP position).
  49.         ^R       Don't use REGULAR EXPRESSIONS.
  50.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  51.  
  52.                            JJUUMMPPIINNGG
  53.  
  54.   g  <  ESC-<       *  Go to first line in file (or line _N).
  55.   G  >  ESC->       *  Go to last line in file (or line _N).
  56.   p  %              *  Go to beginning of file (or _N percent into file).
  57.   t                 *  Go to the (_N-th) next tag.
  58.   T                 *  Go to the (_N-th) previous tag.
  59.   {  (  [           *  Find close bracket } ) ].
  60.   }  )  ]           *  Find open bracket { ( [.
  61.   ESC-^F _<_c_1_> _<_c_2_>  *  Find close bracket _<_c_2_>.
  62.   ESC-^B _<_c_1_> _<_c_2_>  *  Find open bracket _<_c_1_>
  63.         ---------------------------------------------------
  64.         Each "find close bracket" command goes forward to the close bracket
  65.           matching the (_N-th) open bracket in the top line.
  66.         Each "find open bracket" command goes backward to the open bracket
  67.           matching the (_N-th) close bracket in the bottom line.
  68.  
  69.   m_<_l_e_t_t_e_r_>            Mark the current position with <letter>.
  70.   '_<_l_e_t_t_e_r_>            Go to a previously marked position.
  71.   ''                   Go to the previous position.
  72.   ^X^X                 Same as '.
  73.         ---------------------------------------------------
  74.         A mark is any upper-case or lower-case letter.
  75.         Certain marks are predefined:
  76.              ^  means  beginning of the file
  77.              $  means  end of the file
  78.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  79.  
  80.                         CCHHAANNGGIINNGG FFIILLEESS
  81.  
  82.   :e [_f_i_l_e]            Examine a new file.
  83.   ^X^V                 Same as :e.
  84.   :n                *  Examine the (_N-th) next file from the command line.
  85.   :p                *  Examine the (_N-th) previous file from the command line.
  86.   :x                *  Examine the first (or _N-th) file from the command line.
  87.   :d                   Delete the current file from the command line list.
  88.   =  ^G  :f            Print current file name.
  89.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  90.  
  91.                     MMIISSCCEELLLLAANNEEOOUUSS CCOOMMMMAANNDDSS
  92.  
  93.   -_<_f_l_a_g_>              Toggle a command line option [see OPTIONS below].
  94.   --_<_n_a_m_e_>             Toggle a command line option, by name.
  95.   __<_f_l_a_g_>              Display the setting of a command line option.
  96.   ___<_n_a_m_e_>             Display the setting of an option, by name.
  97.   +_c_m_d                 Execute the less cmd each time a new file is examined.
  98.  
  99.   !_c_o_m_m_a_n_d             Execute the shell command with $SHELL.
  100.   |XX_c_o_m_m_a_n_d            Pipe file between current pos & mark XX to shell command.
  101.   v                    Edit the current file with $VISUAL or $EDITOR.
  102.   V                    Print version number of "less".
  103.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  104.  
  105.                            OOPPTTIIOONNSS
  106.  
  107.         Most options may be changed either on the command line,
  108.         or from within less by using the - or -- command.
  109.         Options may be given in one of two forms: either a single
  110.         character preceded by a -, or a name preceded by --.
  111.  
  112.   -?  ........  --help
  113.                   Display help (from command line).
  114.   -a  ........  --search-skip-screen
  115.                   Search skips current screen.
  116.   -A  ........  --SEARCH-SKIP-SCREEN
  117.                   Search starts just after target line.
  118.   -b [_N]  ....  --buffers=[_N]
  119.                   Number of buffers.
  120.   -B  ........  --auto-buffers
  121.                   Don't automatically allocate buffers for pipes.
  122.   -c  ........  --clear-screen
  123.                   Repaint by clearing rather than scrolling.
  124.   -d  ........  --dumb
  125.                   Dumb terminal.
  126.   -D [_x_n_._n]  .  --color=_x_n_._n
  127.                   Set screen colors. (MS-DOS only)
  128.   -e  -E  ....  --quit-at-eof  --QUIT-AT-EOF
  129.                   Quit at end of file.
  130.   -f  ........  --force
  131.                   Force open non-regular files.
  132.   -F  ........  --quit-if-one-screen
  133.                   Quit if entire file fits on first screen.
  134.   -g  ........  --hilite-search
  135.                   Highlight only last match for searches.
  136.   -G  ........  --HILITE-SEARCH
  137.                   Don't highlight any matches for searches.
  138.   -h [_N]  ....  --max-back-scroll=[_N]
  139.                   Backward scroll limit.
  140.   -i  ........  --ignore-case
  141.                   Ignore case in searches that do not contain uppercase.
  142.   -I  ........  --IGNORE-CASE
  143.                   Ignore case in all searches.
  144.   -j [_N]  ....  --jump-target=[_N]
  145.                   Screen position of target lines.
  146.   -J  ........  --status-column
  147.                   Display a status column at left edge of screen.
  148.   -k [_f_i_l_e]  .  --lesskey-file=[_f_i_l_e]
  149.                   Use a lesskey file.
  150.   -K            --quit-on-intr
  151.                   Exit less in response to ctrl-C.
  152.   -L  ........  --no-lessopen
  153.                   Ignore the LESSOPEN environment variable.
  154.   -m  -M  ....  --long-prompt  --LONG-PROMPT
  155.                   Set prompt style.
  156.   -n  -N  ....  --line-numbers  --LINE-NUMBERS
  157.                   Don't use line numbers.
  158.   -o [_f_i_l_e]  .  --log-file=[_f_i_l_e]
  159.                   Copy to log file (standard input only).
  160.   -O [_f_i_l_e]  .  --LOG-FILE=[_f_i_l_e]
  161.                   Copy to log file (unconditionally overwrite).
  162.   -p [_p_a_t_t_e_r_n]  --pattern=[_p_a_t_t_e_r_n]
  163.                   Start at pattern (from command line).
  164.   -P [_p_r_o_m_p_t]   --prompt=[_p_r_o_m_p_t]
  165.                   Define new prompt.
  166.   -q  -Q  ....  --quiet  --QUIET  --silent --SILENT
  167.                   Quiet the terminal bell.
  168.   -r  -R  ....  --raw-control-chars  --RAW-CONTROL-CHARS
  169.                   Output "raw" control characters.
  170.   -s  ........  --squeeze-blank-lines
  171.                   Squeeze multiple blank lines.
  172.   -S  ........  --chop-long-lines
  173.                   Chop (truncate) long lines rather than wrapping.
  174.   -t [_t_a_g]  ..  --tag=[_t_a_g]
  175.                   Find a tag.
  176.   -T [_t_a_g_s_f_i_l_e] --tag-file=[_t_a_g_s_f_i_l_e]
  177.                   Use an alternate tags file.
  178.   -u  -U  ....  --underline-special  --UNDERLINE-SPECIAL
  179.                   Change handling of backspaces.
  180.   -V  ........  --version
  181.                   Display the version number of "less".
  182.   -w  ........  --hilite-unread
  183.                   Highlight first new line after forward-screen.
  184.   -W  ........  --HILITE-UNREAD
  185.                   Highlight first new line after any forward movement.
  186.   -x [_N[,...]]  --tabs=[_N[,...]]
  187.                   Set tab stops.
  188.   -X  ........  --no-init
  189.                   Don't use termcap init/deinit strings.
  190.   -y [_N]  ....  --max-forw-scroll=[_N]
  191.                   Forward scroll limit.
  192.   -z [_N]  ....  --window=[_N]
  193.                   Set size of window.
  194.   -" [_c[_c]]  .  --quotes=[_c[_c]]
  195.                   Set shell quote characters.
  196.   -~  ........  --tilde
  197.                   Don't display tildes after end of file.
  198.   -# [_N]  ....  --shift=[_N]
  199.                   Horizontal scroll amount (0 = one half screen width)
  200.       ........  --no-keypad
  201.                   Don't send termcap keypad init/deinit strings.
  202.       ........  --follow-name
  203.                   The F command changes files if the input file is renamed.
  204.  
  205.  
  206.  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  207.  
  208.                           LLIINNEE EEDDIITTIINNGG
  209.  
  210.         These keys can be used to edit text being entered
  211.         on the "command line" at the bottom of the screen.
  212.  
  213.  RightArrow                       ESC-l     Move cursor right one character.
  214.  LeftArrow                        ESC-h     Move cursor left one character.
  215.  ctrl-RightArrow  ESC-RightArrow  ESC-w     Move cursor right one word.
  216.  ctrl-LeftArrow   ESC-LeftArrow   ESC-b     Move cursor left one word.
  217.  HOME                             ESC-0     Move cursor to start of line.
  218.  END                              ESC-$     Move cursor to end of line.
  219.  BACKSPACE                                  Delete char to left of cursor.
  220.  DELETE                           ESC-x     Delete char under cursor.
  221.  ctrl-BACKSPACE   ESC-BACKSPACE             Delete word to left of cursor.
  222.  ctrl-DELETE      ESC-DELETE      ESC-X     Delete word under cursor.
  223.  ctrl-U           ESC (MS-DOS only)         Delete entire line.
  224.  UpArrow                          ESC-k     Retrieve previous command line.
  225.  DownArrow                        ESC-j     Retrieve next command line.
  226.  TAB                                        Complete filename & cycle.
  227.  SHIFT-TAB                        ESC-TAB   Complete filename & reverse cycle.
  228.  ctrl-L                                     Complete filename, list all.