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How to Delete Line in Nano Editor? [Nano Delete All Guide]

Looking for how to delete line in Nano or Nano Delete All command examples, Then your are the right place to know more about it.

18 Jun, 21 by Antoniy Yushkevych 1 min Read

Nano is the most basic text editor for Linux, which is based on the command line. It has all of the standard text editor features, such as syntax highlighting, several buffers, scan and substitutes with regular expression support, correcting typos, and UTF-8 encoding. Now you will find the delete line command in nano/nano delete all command with examples.

You may sometimes need to delete certain lines from your text while you are working on it. Nano does have certain shortcuts to make your task easy. Using the shortcut key provided in this tutorial, you can easily delete a line in nano.  

How to Delete Line in Nano?

  1. First, you need to press CTRL + Shift + 6 to mark the start of your block
  2. Now, shift the cursor to the end of the block with the arrow keys, and it will outline the text.
  3. Finally, press CTRL + K to cut/delete a block and it will remove a line in nano.

Conclusion

Using the above-given steps by marking the start of the block and selecting the part of your document, you can easily delete lines in the nano editor. This command is very useful when deleting a specific line in the nano text editor without interfering with the other text lines.

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