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What did he just do?

At 2:57 in this video he presses a short cut key without telling you, what is it?

2 Answers

Edward Humphreys
Edward Humphreys
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He pressed "CTRL+X" to exit "Y" to accept the changes and then "return" accepts the changes and gets you back to the prompt

Fuad Adetoro
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Fuad Adetoro
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He was on the unix based editor nano, he just saved the file.

You can do this by hitting CTRL+X to exit I think if there is unsaved things it would ask for it to be saved before exiting.