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4.3 Display

C-g
At user level 1, give file name, status, current line number and relative position.
At user levels 2 and higher, abort the current command.
C-c g
Give file name, status, current line number and relative position—all user levels.
C-l
Refresh the screen.
<count> C-e
Expose <count> more lines at bottom, cursor stays put (if possible).
<count> C-y
Expose <count> more lines at top, cursor stays put (if possible).
<count> C-d
Scroll <count> lines downward (default the number of the previous scroll; initialization: half a page).
<count> C-u
Scroll <count> lines upward (default the number of the previous scroll; initialization: half a page).
<count> C-f
<count> pages forward.
<count> C-b
<count> pages backward (in older versions C-b only works without count).
<count> z<cr>
zH
Put line <count> at the top of the window (default the current line).
<count> z-
zL
Put line <count> at the bottom of the window (default the current line).
<count> z.
zM
Put line <count> in the center of the window (default the current line).