Who knows what keyboard shortcuts in the developer console in Windows? The developer console, this is the console that comes with Visual Studio.
The VS Developer Console differs from the usual command line only in that it sets some environment variables before launch. [source: MSDN ]
So all the same shortcuts will work in it as in cmd.
Tab | Autocomplete file system object name. ↓ / ↑ | Move through the history of commands. F1 , F1 , F1 | Repeating the characters of the previous command one by one. F2 Z | Repetition of a part of the previous command; down to the Z character F3 | Repeat the previous command F4 Z | Starting from the current cursor position, delete part of the command down to the character Z. F5 | Move through the command history (↑). F7 | History of the last teams. ALT + F7 | Clearing command history F8 | Move back through the history of commands, but only for those commands that begin with the text entered in the command line. F9 | Reproduction of a command by ordinal number from command history. Esc | Clear input line / Close modal window. INSERT | Switch between Insert / Overwrite modes Ctrl + Home | Delete part of the line to the left. Ctrl + End | Delete part of the line to the right. Ctrl + ← | Move the cursor one word to the left (back) Ctrl + → | Move the cursor one word to the right (forward) ⌫ | Erase character to the left. Home | Move to the beginning of the line. End | Move to end of line. ⇧ + PgUp | Scroll up * ⇧ + PgDn | Scroll Down * Ctrl + C | Cancel command execution. Ctrl + Z | Signal end of file.
* May not work in some versions of Windows XP.
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