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NAME

       nanorc - GNU nano's configuration file

NOTICE

       Starting  with  version  4.0,  nano  no longer hard-wraps an overlong line by default.  It
       further uses smooth scrolling by default, and by default includes the line below the title
       bar into the editing area.

       If   you  want  the  old,  Pico  behavior  back,  you  can  use  set  breaklonglines,  set
       jumpyscrolling, and set emptyline.

DESCRIPTION

       The nanorc file contains the default settings for nano, a small and friendly editor.   The
       file  should be in Unix format, not in DOS or Mac format.  During startup, nano will first
       read the system-wide settings, from /etc/nanorc (the exact path might be different on your
       system),   and   then   the   user-specific   settings,  either  from  ~/.nanorc  or  from
       $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/nano/nanorc  or  from  ~/.config/nano/nanorc,  whichever  is  encountered
       first.

OPTIONS

       The  configuration  file  accepts a series of set and unset commands, which can be used to
       configure nano on startup without using command-line  options.   Additionally,  there  are
       some  commands  to  define  syntax highlighting and to rebind keys -- see the two separate
       sections on those.  nano reads one command per line.

       Options in nanorc files take precedence over nano's  defaults,  and  command-line  options
       override  nanorc  settings.   Also,  options  that  do  not  take an argument are unset by
       default.  So using the unset command is only needed when wanting to override a setting  of
       the  system's  nanorc  file  in  your own nanorc.  Options that take an argument cannot be
       unset.

       Quotes inside the characters  parameters below should not be  escaped.   The  last  double
       quote on the line will be seen as the closing quote.

       The supported commands and arguments are:

       set afterends
          Make Ctrl+Right stop at word ends instead of beginnings.

       set allow_insecure_backup
          When  backing  up  files,  allow the backup to succeed even if its permissions can't be
          (re)set due to special OS considerations.  You should NOT enable this option unless you
          are sure you need it.

       set atblanks
          When  soft  line  wrapping is enabled, make it wrap lines at blank characters (tabs and
          spaces) instead of always at the edge of the screen.

       set autoindent
          Automatically indent a newly created line to the same number of tabs and/or  spaces  as
          the  previous  line  (or  as  the  next line if the previous line is the beginning of a
          paragraph).

       set backup
          When saving a file, create a backup file by adding a tilde (~) to the file's name.

       set backupdir directory
          Make and keep not just one backup file, but make and keep a uniquely numbered one every
          time  a  file  is  saved -- when backups are enabled with set backup or --backup or -B.
          The uniquely numbered files are stored in the specified directory.

       set boldtext
          Use bold instead of reverse video for the title bar, status bar, key  combos,  function
          tags,  line  numbers, and selected text.  This can be overridden by setting the options
          titlecolor, statuscolor, keycolor, functioncolor, numbercolor, and selectedcolor.

       set brackets "characters"
          Set the characters treated as closing brackets when justifying  paragraphs.   This  may
          not  include  blank  characters.   Only closing punctuation (see set punct), optionally
          followed by the specified closing brackets, can end sentences.  The  default  value  is
          ""')>]}".

       set breaklonglines
          Automatically hard-wrap the current line when it becomes overlong.

       set casesensitive
          Do case-sensitive searches by default.

       set constantshow
          Constantly  display  the  cursor position in the status bar.  This overrides the option
          quickblank.

       set cutfromcursor
          Use cut-from-cursor-to-end-of-line by default, instead of cutting the whole line.

       set emptyline
          Do not use the line below the title bar, leaving it entirely blank.

       set errorcolor fgcolor,bgcolor
          Use this color combination for the status bar when an error message is displayed.   The
          default value is brightwhite,red.  See set titlecolor for valid color names.

       set fill number
          Set  the  target  width  for  justifying  and automatic hard-wrapping at this number of
          columns.  If the value is 0 or less, wrapping will occur at the  width  of  the  screen
          minus  number  columns,  allowing  the  wrap  point to vary along with the width of the
          screen if the screen is resized.  The default value is -8.

       set functioncolor fgcolor,bgcolor
          Specify the color combination to use for the function  descriptions  in  the  two  help
          lines at the bottom of the screen.  See set titlecolor for more details.

       set guidestripe number
          Draw  a vertical stripe at the given column, to help judge the width of the text.  (The
          color of the stripe can be changed with set stripecolor.)

       set historylog
          Save the last hundred search strings and replacement strings and executed commands,  so
          they can be easily reused in later sessions.

       set jumpyscrolling
          Scroll the buffer contents per half-screen instead of per line.

       set keycolor fgcolor,bgcolor
          Specify  the color combination to use for the shortcut key combos in the two help lines
          at the bottom of the screen.  See set titlecolor for more details.

       set linenumbers
          Display line numbers to the left of the text area.

       set locking
          Enable vim-style lock-files for when editing files.

       set matchbrackets "characters"
          Set the opening and closing brackets that can be found by bracket searches.   This  may
          not  include  blank  characters.  The opening set must come before the closing set, and
          the two sets must be in the same order.  The default value is "(<[{)>]}".

       set morespace
          Deprecated option since it has become the default  setting.   When  needed,  use  unset
          emptyline instead.

       set mouse
          Enable  mouse support, if available for your system.  When enabled, mouse clicks can be
          used to place the cursor, set the mark (with a double click),  and  execute  shortcuts.
          The  mouse  will  work  in the X Window System, and on the console when gpm is running.
          Text can still be selected through dragging by holding down the Shift key.

       set multibuffer
          When reading in a file with ^R, insert it into a new buffer by default.

       set noconvert
          Don't convert files from DOS/Mac format.

       set nohelp
          Don't display the two help lines at the bottom of the screen.

       set nonewlines
          Don't automatically add a newline when a text does not end with one.  (This  can  cause
          you to save non-POSIX text files.)

       set nopauses
          Don't  pause  between  warnings  at startup.  This means that only the last one will be
          visible (when there are multiple ones).

       set nowrap
          Deprecated option since it has become the default  setting.   When  needed,  use  unset
          breaklonglines instead.

       set numbercolor fgcolor,bgcolor
          Specify  the  color  combination  to use for line numbers.  See set titlecolor for more
          details.

       set operatingdir directory
          nano will only read and write files inside directory and its subdirectories.  Also, the
          current  directory  is  changed to here, so files are inserted from this directory.  By
          default, the operating directory feature is turned off.

       set positionlog
          Save the cursor position of files between editing sessions.   The  cursor  position  is
          remembered for the 200 most-recently edited files.

       set preserve
          Preserve the XON and XOFF keys (^Q and ^S).

       set punct "characters"
          Set the characters treated as closing punctuation when justifying paragraphs.  This may
          not include blank characters.  Only  the  specfified  closing  punctuation,  optionally
          followed  by  closing brackets (see brackets), can end sentences.  The default value is
          "!.?".

       set quickblank
          Do quick status-bar blanking: status-bar messages  will  disappear  after  1  keystroke
          instead of 25.  The option constantshow overrides this.

       set quotestr "regex"
          Set  the regular expression for matching the quoting part of a line.  The default value
          is "^([ \t]*([!#%:;>|}]|//))+".  (Note that \t stands for  an  actual  Tab  character.)
          This  makes it possible to rejustify blocks of quoted text when composing email, and to
          rewrap blocks of line comments when writing source code.

       set rawsequences
          Interpret escape sequences directly (instead of asking ncurses to translate them).   If
          you need this option to get your keyboard to work properly, please report a bug.  Using
          this option disables nano's mouse support.

       set rebinddelete
          Interpret the Delete and Backspace keys differently so that both Backspace  and  Delete
          work  properly.   You  should only use this option when on your system either Backspace
          acts like Delete or Delete acts like Backspace.

       set regexp
          Do regular-expression searches by default.  Regular expressions  in  nano  are  of  the
          extended type (ERE).

       set selectedcolor fgcolor,bgcolor
          Specify  the  color  combination to use for selected text.  See set titlecolor for more
          details.

       set showcursor
          Put the cursor on the highlighted item in the file browser, to aid braille users.

       set smarthome
          Make the Home key smarter.  When Home is pressed anywhere but at the very beginning  of
          non-whitespace  characters  on  a  line, the cursor will jump to that beginning (either
          forwards or backwards).  If the cursor is already at that position, it will jump to the
          true beginning of the line.

       set smooth
          Deprecated  option  since  it  has  become the default setting.  When needed, use unset
          jumpyscrolling instead.

       set softwrap
          Enable soft line wrapping for easier viewing of very long lines.

       set speller program
          Use the given program to do spell checking and  correcting,  instead  of  the  built-in
          corrector that calls spell.

       set statuscolor fgcolor,bgcolor
          Specify  the  color combination to use for the status bar.  See set titlecolor for more
          details.

       set stripecolor fgcolor,bgcolor
          Specify the color combination  to  use  for  the  vertical  guiding  stripe.   See  set
          titlecolor for more details.

       set suspend
          Allow nano to be suspended.

       set tabsize number
          Use  a  tab  size  of number columns.  The value of number must be greater than 0.  The
          default value is 8.

       set tabstospaces
          Convert typed tabs to spaces.

       set tempfile
          Save automatically on exit, don't prompt.

       set titlecolor fgcolor,bgcolor
          Specify the color combination to use for the title bar.  Valid names for the foreground
          and  background  colors are: white, black, blue, green, red, cyan, yellow, magenta, and
          normal -- where normal means the default foreground or background color.  The  name  of
          the  foreground  color may be prefixed with bright.  And either "fgcolor" or ",bgcolor"
          may be left out.

       set trimblanks
          Remove trailing whitespace from wrapped lines when automatic  hard-wrapping  occurs  or
          when text is justified.

       set unix
          Save  a  file  by  default  in  Unix format.  This overrides nano's default behavior of
          saving a file in the format that it had.  (This option has no effect when you also  use
          set noconvert.)

       set view
          Disallow  file  modification:  read-only  mode.  This mode allows the user to open also
          other files for viewing, unless --restricted is given on the command line.

       set whitespace "characters"
          Set the two characters used to indicate the presence of tabs and spaces.  They must  be
          single-column  characters.   The default pair for a UTF-8 locale is "»⋅", and for other
          locales ">.".

       set wordbounds
          Detect word boundaries differently by  treating  punctuation  characters  as  parts  of
          words.

       set wordchars "characters"
          Specify  which  other  characters  (besides  the  normal  alphanumeric  ones) should be
          considered as parts of words.  This overrides the option wordbounds.

       set zap
          Let an unmodified Backspace or Delete erase the marked  region  (instead  of  a  single
          character, and without affecting the cutbuffer).

SYNTAX HIGHLIGHTING

       Coloring  the  different syntactic elements of a file is done via regular expressions (see
       the color command below).  This is inherently imperfect, because regular  expressions  are
       not powerful enough to fully parse a file.  Nevertheless, regular expressions can do a lot
       and are easy to make, so they are a good fit for a small editor like nano.

       All regular expressions in nano are extended regular expressions (ERE).  This  means  that
       .,  ?,  *,  +,  ^,  $, and several other characters are special.  The period . matches any
       single character, ? means the preceding item is optional, * means the preceding  item  may
       be  matched  zero  or  more  times, + means the preceding item must be matched one or more
       times, ^ matches the beginning of a line, and $ the end, \< matches the start of  a  word,
       and  \>  the end, and \s matches a blank.  It also means that lookahead and lookbehind are
       not possible.  A complete explanation can be found in the manual page  of  GNU  grep:  man
       grep.

       For each kind of file a separate syntax can be defined via the following commands:

       syntax name ["fileregex" ...]
              Start  the  definition  of a syntax with this name.  All subsequent color and other
              such commands will be  added  to  this  syntax,  until  a  new  syntax  command  is
              encountered.

              When  nano  is  run,  this  syntax  will  be automatically activated if the current
              filename matches the extended regular expression fileregex.  Or the syntax  can  be
              explicitly  activated  by  using the -Y or --syntax command-line option followed by
              the name.

              The syntax default is special: it takes no fileregex, and  applies  to  files  that
              don't  match  any  syntax's regexes.  The syntax none is reserved; specifying it on
              the command line is the same as not having a syntax at all.

       header "regex" ...
              If from all defined syntaxes no fileregex matched,  then  compare  this  regex  (or
              regexes)  against  the  first  line  of the current file, to determine whether this
              syntax should be used for it.

       magic "regex" ...
              If no fileregex matched and no header regex matched either, then compare this regex
              (or  regexes)  against  the result of querying the magic database about the current
              file, to determine whether this syntax should be used for it.  (This  functionality
              only  works  when  libmagic is installed on the system and will be silently ignored
              otherwise.)

       linter program [arg ...]
              Use the given program to run a syntax check on the current buffer.

       comment "string"
              Use the given string for commenting and uncommenting lines.  If the string contains
              a  vertical  bar or pipe character (|), this designates bracket-style comments; for
              example, "/*|*/" for CSS files.  The characters before the pipe  are  prepended  to
              the line and the characters after the pipe are appended at the end of the line.  If
              no pipe character is present, the full string is prepended; for  example,  "#"  for
              Python files.  If empty double quotes are specified, the comment/uncomment function
              is disabled; for example, "" for JSON.  The default value is "#".

       color fgcolor,bgcolor "regex" ...
              Display all pieces of text that match the extended regular  expression  regex  with
              foreground  color  fgcolor and background color bgcolor, at least one of which must
              be specified.  Valid names for foreground and background colors are: white,  black,
              blue,  green,  red,  cyan,  yellow,  magenta,  and normal -- where normal means the
              default foreground or background color.  You may use the prefix  bright  to  get  a
              stronger   color   highlight   for  the  foreground.   If  your  terminal  supports
              transparency, not specifying a bgcolor tells nano to attempt to use  a  transparent
              background.

       icolor fgcolor,bgcolor "regex" ...
              Same as above, except that the matching is case insensitive.

       color fgcolor,bgcolor start="fromrx" end="torx"
              Display  all  pieces of text whose start matches extended regular expression fromrx
              and whose end matches  extended  regular  expression  torx  with  foreground  color
              fgcolor  and  background  color  bgcolor,  at least one of which must be specified.
              This means that, after an initial instance of fromrx,  all  text  until  the  first
              instance of torx will be colored.  This allows syntax highlighting to span multiple
              lines.

       icolor fgcolor,bgcolor start="fromrx" end="torx"
              Same as above, except that the matching is case insensitive.

       include "syntaxfile"
              Read in self-contained color syntaxes from syntaxfile.  Note  that  syntaxfile  may
              contain only the above commands, from syntax to icolor.

       extendsyntax name command [arg ...]
              Extend  the  syntax  previously  defined as name with another command.  This allows
              adding a new color, icolor, header, magic, comment, or linter command to an already
              defined  syntax -- useful when you want to slightly improve a syntax defined in one
              of the system-installed files (which normally are not writable).

       Note: the formatter command has been  removed.   It  was  superseded  by  a  more  general
       mechanism:  the  filtering  of  buffer  or  marked text through an external command.  Such
       filtering is done by typing ^R^X and then preceding your formatter command with  the  pipe
       symbol (|).  It has the added advantage that the operation can be undone.

       If  you  use  such a formatting command regularly, you could assign the relevant series of
       keystrokes to a single key in your nanorc:

              bind  M-F  "^R^X|yourformatcommand^M"  main

       (Note that the ^R, ^X, and ^M are each a single, literal control character.  You can enter
       them by preceding each with M-V.)

REBINDING KEYS

       Key bindings can be changed via the following three commands:

          bind key function menu
                 Rebinds the key key to a new function named function in the context of menu menu
                 (or in all menus where the function exists by using all).

          bind key "string" menu
                 Makes the given key produce the given string in the given menu (or in all  menus
                 where  the  key  exists  when  all  is used).  The string can consist of text or
                 commands or a mix of them.  (To enter a command into  the  string,  precede  its
                 keystroke with M-V.)

          unbind key menu
                 Unbinds  the key key from the menu named menu (or from all menus where it exists
                 by using all).

       The format of key should be one of:

          ^  followed by a Latin letter, by one of several ASCII characters (@, ], \, ^,  or  _),
             or by the word "Space".  Example: ^C.

          M- followed by any ASCII character except [, or by the word "Space".  Example: M-C.

          F  followed by a numeric value from 1 to 16.  Example: F10.

          the word "Ins" or the word "Del".

       Valid function names to be bound are:

          help
            Invokes the help viewer.

          cancel
            Cancels the current command.

          exit
            Exits from the program (or from the help viewer or the file browser).

          writeout
            Writes the current buffer to disk, asking for a name.

          savefile
            Writes the current file to disk without prompting.

          insert
            Inserts  a  file  into the current buffer (at the current cursor position), or into a
            new buffer when option multibuffer is set.

          whereis
            Starts a forward search for text in the current buffer -- or for filenames matching a
            string in the current list in the file browser.

          wherewas
            Starts  a backward search for text in the current buffer -- or for filenames matching
            a string in the current list in the file browser.

          findprevious
            Searches the next occurrence in the backward direction.

          findnext
            Searches the next occurrence in the forward direction.

          replace
            Interactively replaces text within the current buffer.

          cut
            Cuts and stores the current line (or the marked region).

          copy
            Copies the current line (or the marked region) without deleting it.

          paste
            Pastes the currently stored text into  the  current  buffer  at  the  current  cursor
            position.

          zap
            Throws  away  the  current  line  (or the marked region).  (This function is bound by
            default to <Meta+Delete>.)

          chopwordleft
            Deletes from the cursor position to the  beginning  of  the  preceding  word.   (This
            function  is  bound  by default to <Shift+Ctrl+Delete>.  If your terminal produces ^H
            for <Ctrl+Backspace>, you can make <Ctrl+Backspace> delete the word to  the  left  of
            the cursor by rebinding ^H to this function.)

          chopwordright
            Deletes  from  the cursor position to the beginning of the next word.  (This function
            is bound by default to <Ctrl+Delete>.)

          cutrestoffile
            Cuts all text from the cursor position till the end of the buffer.

          mark
            Sets the mark at the current position, to start selecting text.  Or, when it is  set,
            unsets the mark.

          curpos
            Shows the current cursor position: the line, column, and character positions.

          wordcount
            Counts the number of words, lines and characters in the current buffer.

          speller
            Invokes  a  spell-checking  program,  either  the  default one, or the one defined by
            --speller or set speller.

          linter
            Invokes a syntax-checking program (if the active syntax defines one).

          justify
            Justifies the current paragraph.  A paragraph is a group of  contiguous  lines  that,
            apart  from possibly the first line, all have the same indentation.  The beginning of
            a paragraph is detected by either this lone line with a differing indentation or by a
            preceding blank line.

          fulljustify
            Justifies the entire current buffer.

          indent
            Indents (shifts to the right) the currently marked text.

          unindent
            Unindents (shifts to the left) the currently marked text.

          comment
            Comments  or  uncomments  the  current  line or marked lines, using the comment style
            specified in the active syntax.

          complete
            Completes the fragment before the cursor to  a  full  word  found  elsewhere  in  the
            current buffer.

          left
            Goes left one position (in the editor or browser).

          right
            Goes right one position (in the editor or browser).

          up
            Goes one line up (in the editor or browser).

          down
            Goes one line down (in the editor or browser).

          scrollup
            Scrolls the viewport up one row (meaning that the text slides down) while keeping the
            cursor in the same text position, if possible.

          scrolldown
            Scrolls the viewport down one row (meaning that the text slides up) while keeping the
            cursor in the same text position, if possible.

          prevword
            Moves the cursor to the beginning of the previous word.

          nextword
            Moves the cursor to the beginning of the next word.

          home
            Moves the cursor to the beginning of the current line.

          end
            Moves the cursor to the end of the current line.

          beginpara
            Moves the cursor to the beginning of the current paragraph.

          endpara
            Moves the cursor to the end of the current paragraph.

          prevblock
            Moves the cursor to the beginning of the current or preceding block of text.  (Blocks
            are separated by one or more blank lines.)

          nextblock
            Moves the cursor to the beginning of the next block of text.

          pageup
            Goes up one screenful.

          pagedown
            Goes down one screenful.

          firstline
            Goes to the first line of the file.

          lastline
            Goes to the last line of the file.

          gotoline
            Goes to a specific line (and column if specified).  Negative numbers count  from  the
            end of the file (and end of the line).

          findbracket
            Moves  the cursor to the bracket (brace, parenthesis, etc.) that matches (pairs) with
            the one under the cursor.

          prevbuf
            Switches to editing/viewing the previous buffer when multiple buffers are open.

          nextbuf
            Switches to editing/viewing the next buffer when multiple buffers are open.

          verbatim
            Inserts the next keystroke verbatim into the file.

          tab
            Inserts a tab at the current cursor location.

          enter
            Inserts a new line below the current one.

          delete
            Deletes the character under the cursor.

          backspace
            Deletes the character before the cursor.

          recordmacro
            Starts the recording of keystrokes -- the keystrokes are stored  as  a  macro.   When
            already recording, the recording is stopped.

          runmacro
            Replays the keystrokes of the last recorded macro.

          undo
            Undoes the last performed text action (add text, delete text, etc).

          redo
            Redoes the last undone action (i.e., it undoes an undo).

          refresh
            Refreshes the screen.

          suspend
            Suspends  the  editor (if the suspending function is enabled, see the "suspendenable"
            entry below).

          casesens
            Toggles whether searching/replacing  ignores  or  respects  the  case  of  the  given
            characters.

          regexp
            Toggles whether searching/replacing uses literal strings or regular expressions.

          backwards
            Toggles whether searching/replacing goes forward or backward.

          older
            Retrieves the previous (earlier) entry at a prompt.

          newer
            Retrieves the next (later) entry at a prompt.

          flipreplace
            Toggles between searching for something and replacing something.

          flipgoto
            Toggles between searching for text and targeting a line number.

          flipexecute
            Toggles between inserting a file and executing a command.

          flippipe
            When  executing  a  command, toggles whether the current buffer (or marked region) is
            piped to the command.

          flipnewbuffer
            Toggles between inserting into the current buffer and into a new empty buffer.

          flipconvert
            When reading in a file, toggles between converting and not converting it from DOS/Mac
            format.  Converting is the default.

          dosformat
            When writing a file, switches to writing a DOS format (CR/LF).

          macformat
            When writing a file, switches to writing a Mac format.

          append
            When writing a file, appends to the end instead of overwriting.

          prepend
            When writing a file, 'prepends' (writes at the beginning) instead of overwriting.

          backup
            When writing a file, creates a backup of the current file.

          discardbuffer
            When  about  to  write  a  file,  discard  the  current buffer without saving.  (This
            function is bound by default only when option --tempfile is in effect.)

          browser
            Starts the file browser, allowing to select a file from a list.

          gotodir
            Goes to a directory to be specified, allowing to browse anywhere in the filesystem.

          firstfile
            Goes to the first file when using the file browser (reading or writing files).

          lastfile
            Goes to the last file when using the file browser (reading or writing files).

          nohelp
            Toggles the presence of the two-line list of  key  bindings  at  the  bottom  of  the
            screen.

          constantshow
            Toggles the constant display of the current line, column, and character positions.

          softwrap
            Toggles the displaying of overlong lines on multiple screen lines.

          linenumbers
            Toggles the display of line numbers in front of the text.

          whitespacedisplay
            Toggles the showing of whitespace.

          nosyntax
            Toggles syntax highlighting.

          smarthome
            Toggles the smartness of the Home key.

          autoindent
            Toggles  whether  a  newly  created  line  will  contain  the  same amount of leading
            whitespace as the preceding line -- or as the next line if the preceding line is  the
            beginning of a paragraph.

          cutfromcursor
            Toggles  whether cutting text will cut the whole line or just from the current cursor
            position to the end of the line.

          nowrap
            Toggles whether long lines will be hard-wrapped to the next line.

          tabstospaces
            Toggles whether typed tabs will be converted to spaces.

          mouse
            Toggles mouse support.

          suspendenable
            Toggles whether the suspend sequence (normally ^Z) will suspend the editor window.

       Valid menu sections are:

          main
            The main editor window where text is entered and edited.

          search
            The search menu (AKA whereis).

          replace
            The 'search to replace' menu.

          replacewith
            The 'replace with' menu, which comes up after 'search to replace'.

          yesno
            The 'yesno' menu, where the Yes/No/All/Cancel question is asked.

          gotoline
            The 'goto line (and column)' menu.

          writeout
            The 'write file' menu.

          insert
            The 'insert file' menu.

          extcmd
            The menu for inserting output from an external command, reached from the insert menu.

          help
            The help-viewer menu.

          spell
            The interactive spell checker Yes/no menu.

          linter
            The linter menu.

          browser
            The file browser for inserting or writing a file.

          whereisfile
            The 'search for a file' menu in the file browser.

          gotodir
            The 'go to directory' menu in the file browser.

          all
            A special name that encompasses all menus.  For bind it means  all  menus  where  the
            specified  function  exists;  for  unbind  it means all menus where the specified key
            exists.

FILES

       /etc/nanorc
              System-wide configuration file.

       ~/.nanorc or $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/nano/nanorc or ~/.config/nano/nanorc
              Per-user configuration file.

SEE ALSO

       nano(1)