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A command in
screen can either be bound to a key, invoked from a
screenrc file, or called from the
(see section Customizing
Screen). As of version 3.3, all commands can be bound
to keys, although some may be less useful than others.
For a number of real life working examples of the most important
commands see the files `etc/screenrc' and `etc/etcscreenrc'
of your screen distribution.
In this manual, a command definition looks like this:
This command does something, but I can't remember what.
An argument in square brackets (`') is optional. Many commands take an argument of `on' or `off', which is indicated as state in the definition.
|5.1 Default Key Bindings|| |
|5.2 Command Summary||List of all commands.|
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