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Here’s a really quick tip for when you’re typing in a shell session: to remove the previous word on the line, type ^W (control-W).

Before:

$ ls -l abc*

After ^W:

$ ls -l

This is a “muscle memory” tip: once you get used to doing this, you’ll do it automatically.

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