vedit - Visual text editor
Vedit invokes a full screen editor on a text (txt) or shell script (cmd) file. Adequate terminal emulation is required to use vedit.
^M Carriage return
^U Cursor right
^K Cursor up
^J Cursor down
DEL Delete left
ESC Bring up the command line
^L Redraw screen
^A Start of line
^E End of line
^D Delete forward
^O Toggle overstrike/insert mode
^Y Yank line (cursor to right) to kill buffer
^X Delete entire line into kill buffer
^P Previous screen
^N Next screen
^W Toggle word-wrap
^T Top of buffer
^B Bottom of buffer
^G Get kill line, insert at cursor’s position
^I Insert a tab
^F Toggle tab mode (insert real tabs or spaces)
Pressing ESC will bring up the command line which recognizes the follow commands (invoked by pressing the first letter of a command’s name):
New Clear the buffer (with the option of saving any changes)
Save Saves the buffer to the file.
Write Writes the buffer to a different file.
Append Appends a file to the end of the current buffer.
Find Finds a pattern of text.
Replace Replaces all occurrences of a pattern.
Info Information on the current buffer’s contents.
Quit Quit the editor (with the option of saving any changes).
ed(C), edit(C), setenv(C)