- Mar 31, 2021
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I'm currently reading "learning the bash shell, 3rd edition", and the author is mentioning that a lot of the control keys do the same thing as some of the other keys: for example, control-m (^m) is the same thing as pressing "enter". I see one labeled "flush", which is the same thing as control-o on linux at least. What exactly is flush? My google results aren't coming up with anything that seems relevant.