- Choosing an Editor: nano/pico or vi/vim
- Starting nano and Dabbling with It
- Saving in nano
- Cutting and Pasting Text Blocks in nano
- Checking Spelling in nano
- Getting Help in nano
- Exiting nano
- Starting vi (or vim) and Dabbling with It
- Saving in vi
- Adding and Deleting Text in vi
- Importing Files into vi
- Searching and Replacing in vi
- Exiting vi
Checking Spelling in nano
Another handy thing you can do in nano is chek yoor speling, as shown in and .
nano prompts you to correct the spelling of misspelled words.
nano informs you when the procedure is complete.
To spell-check in nano:
At the shell prompt, type nano and the filename of the file to edit.
Pressing these keys starts spell-checking the file. nano will stop at each misspelled word as shown in .
Type in the correct spelling for any words flagged as misspelled, or press to accept the current spelling and move along to the next word.