Emacs keys Action Scope Direction/Place
Moving around Ctrl-b Move the cursor one character ⇦ to the left
Ctrl-f Move the cursor one character ⇨ to the right
Ctrl-a Move the cursor ⇤ to the start of the line
Ctrl-e Move the cursor ⇥ to the end of the line
Cut, copy

and paste

Backspace Delete the character ⇦ to the left of the cursor
DEL

Ctrl-d

Delete the character underneath the cursor
Ctrl-u Delete everything ⇤ from the cursor back to the line start
Ctrl-k Delete everything ⇥ from the cursor to the end of the line
Ctrl-w Delete word ⇦ untill after the previous word boundary
Ctrl-y Yank/Paste prev. killed text at the cursor position
History Ctrl-p Move in history one line ⇧ before this line
Ctrl-n Move in history one line ⇩ after this line
Ctrl-r Incrementally search the line history ⇧ backwardly
Ctrl-J End an incremental search
Ctrl-G Abort an incremental search and restore the original line
Undo Ctrl-_

Ctrl-x

Ctrl-u

Undo the last editing command; you can undo all the way back to an empty line
Ctrl-l Clear the screen, reprinting the current line at the top
Transpose Ctrl-t Transpose/drag char. before the cursor ↷ over the character at the cursor
Emacs keys Action Scope Direction/Place
Moving around Ctrl-b Move the cursor one character ⇦ to the left
Ctrl-f Move the cursor one character ⇨ to the right
Ctrl-a Move the cursor ⇤ to the start of the line
Ctrl-e Move the cursor ⇥ to the end of the line
Cut, copy

and paste

Backspace Delete the character ⇦ to the left of the cursor
DEL

Ctrl-d

Delete the character underneath the cursor
Ctrl-u Delete everything ⇤ from the cursor back to the line start
Ctrl-k Delete everything ⇥ from the cursor to the end of the line
Ctrl-w Delete word ⇦ untill after the previous word boundary
Ctrl-y Yank/Paste prev. killed text at the cursor position
History Ctrl-p Move in history one line ⇧ before this line
Ctrl-n Move in history one line ⇩ after this line
Ctrl-r Incrementally search the line history ⇧ backwardly 
Ctrl-J End an incremental search
Ctrl-G Abort an incremental search and restore the original line
Undo Ctrl-_

Ctrl-x

Ctrl-u

Undo the last editing command; you can undo all the way back to an empty line
Ctrl-l Clear the screen, reprinting the current line at the top
Transpose Ctrl-t Transpose/drag char. before the cursor ↷ over the character at the cursor