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bind

bind: bind [-lpvsPVS] [-m keymap] [-f filename] [-q name] [-u name] [-r keyseq] [-x keyseq:shell-command] [keyseq:readline-function or readline-command]

Bind a key sequence to a Readline function or a macro, or set
a Readline variable.  The non-option argument syntax is equivalent
to that found in ~/.inputrc, but must be passed as a single argument:
bind '"C-xC-r": re-read-init-file'.
bind accepts the following options:
-m  keymap         Use `keymap' as the keymap for the duration of this
command.  Acceptable keymap names are emacs,
emacs-standard, emacs-meta, emacs-ctlx, vi, vi-move,
vi-command, and vi-insert.
-l                 List names of functions.
-P                 List function names and bindings.
-p                 List functions and bindings in a form that can be
reused as input.
-r  keyseq         Remove the binding for KEYSEQ.
-x  keyseq:shell-command	Cause SHELL-COMMAND to be executed when
KEYSEQ is entered.
-f  filename       Read key bindings from FILENAME.
-q  function-name  Query about which keys invoke the named function.
-u  function-name  Unbind all keys which are bound to the named function.
-V                 List variable names and values
-v                 List variable names and values in a form that can
be reused as input.
-S                 List key sequences that invoke macros and their values
-s                 List key sequences that invoke macros and their values
in a form that can be reused as input.

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