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Press v to select characters, or uppercase V to select whole lines, or Ctrl-v to select rectangular blocks (use Ctrl-q if Ctrl-v is mapped to paste). Move the cursor to the end of what you want to cut. Press d to cut (or y to copy). Move to where you would like to paste.
Press CTRL + C to copy it, and press CTRL + V to paste it in the window. You can also easily paste text you've copied from another program into the command prompt using the same shortcut.
Click Start, and then click Run. In the Open box, type cmd, and then click OK. Type xcopy sourcedestination /O /X /E /H /K and then press ENTER, where source is the source path for the files to be copied, and destination is the destination path for the files.
You can paste text into a Command Prompt window using the same menu, except to paste, select Edit, Paste.To paste to a Command Prompt window, however, the program running in the window has to be expecting input. Tip: The keyboard shortcut for Paste is worth memorizing: Alt+space, E, P.
Paste command is one of the useful commands in Unix or Linux operating system. It is used to join files horizontally (parallel merging) by outputting lines consisting of lines from each file specified, separated by tab as delimiter, to the standard output.
backspace and cursor keys wrap to previous/next line. CTRL-X and SHIFT-Del are Cut. CTRL-C and CTRL-Insert are Copy. CTRL-V and SHIFT-Insert are Paste. Use CTRL-Q to do what CTRL-V used to do. Use CTRL-S for saving, also in Insert mode. CTRL-Z is Undo; not in cmdline though.
If you want to copy paste contents from an external program into vim, first copy your text into system clipboard via Ctrl + C , then in vim editor insert mode, click the mouse middle button (usually the wheel) or press Ctrl + Shift + V to paste.
Ctrl+Shift+C and Ctrl+Shift+V If you highlight text in the terminal window with your mouse and hit Ctrl+Shift+C you'll copy that text into a clipboard buffer. You can use Ctrl+Shift+V to paste the copied text into the same terminal window, or into another terminal window.
Put your cursor on the top line. Use shift+v to enter visual mode. Press 2j or press j two times to go down two lines. (Or use v2j in one swift ninja-move!) Press y to yank or x to cut. Move your cursor and use p to paste after the cursor or P to paste before the cursor.
To copy from Windows and paste into PuTTY, highlight the text in Windows, press "Ctrl-C," select the PuTTY window, and press the right mouse button to paste. To copy from PuTTy and paste into Windows, highlight the information in PuTTY and press "Ctrl-V" in the Windows application to paste it.
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