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NAME

       fzf - a command-line fuzzy finder

SYNOPSIS

       fzf [options]

DESCRIPTION

       fzf is a general-purpose command-line fuzzy finder.

OPTIONS

   Search mode
       -x, --extended
              Extended-search  mode. Since 0.10.9, this is enabled by default. You can disable it
              with +x or --no-extended.

       -e, --exact
              Enable exact-match

       -i     Case-insensitive match (default: smart-case match)

       +i     Case-sensitive match

       --literal
              Do not normalize latin script letters for matching.

       --algo=TYPE
              Fuzzy matching algorithm (default: v2)

              v2     Optimal scoring algorithm (quality)
              v1     Faster but not guaranteed to find the optimal result (performance)

       -n, --nth=N[,..]
              Comma-separated list of field index expressions for  limiting  search  scope.   See
              FIELD INDEX EXPRESSION for the details.

       --with-nth=N[,..]
              Transform the presentation of each line using field index expressions

       -d, --delimiter=STR
              Field delimiter regex for --nth and --with-nth (default: AWK-style)

       --phony
              Do  not  perform  search. With this option, fzf becomes a simple selector interface
              rather than a "fuzzy finder".

   Search result
       +s, --no-sort
              Do not sort the result

       --tac  Reverse the order of the input

              e.g.
                   history | fzf --tac --no-sort

       --tiebreak=CRI[,..]
              Comma-separated list of sort criteria to apply when the scores are tied.

              length  Prefers line with shorter length
              begin   Prefers line with matched substring closer to the beginning
              end     Prefers line with matched substring closer to the end
              index   Prefers line that appeared earlier in the input stream

              - Each criterion should appear only once in the list
              - index is only allowed at the end of the list
              - index is implicitly appended to the list when not specified
              - Default is length (or equivalently length,index)
              - If end is found in the list, fzf will scan each line backwards

   Interface
       -m, --multi
              Enable multi-select with tab/shift-tab. It optionally  takes  an  integer  argument
              which denotes the maximum number of items that can be selected.

       +m, --no-multi
              Disable multi-select

       --no-mouse
              Disable mouse

       --bind=KEYBINDS
              Comma-separated  list  of  custom  key  bindings.  See  KEY/EVENT  BINDINGS for the
              details.

       --cycle
              Enable cyclic scroll

       --no-hscroll
              Disable horizontal scroll

       --hscroll-off=COL
              Number of screen columns  to  keep  to  the  right  of  the  highlighted  substring
              (default:  10). Setting it to a large value will cause the text to be positioned on
              the center of the screen.

       --filepath-word
              Make word-wise movements and actions respect path separators. The following actions
              are affected:

              backward-kill-word
              backward-word
              forward-word
              kill-word

       --jump-labels=CHARS
              Label characters for jump and jump-accept

   Layout
       --height=HEIGHT[%]
              Display fzf window below the cursor with the given height instead of using the full
              screen.

       --min-height=HEIGHT
              Minimum height when --height is given  in  percent  (default:  10).   Ignored  when
              --height is not specified.

       --layout=LAYOUT
              Choose the layout (default: default)

              default       Display from the bottom of the screen
              reverse       Display from the top of the screen
              reverse-list  Display from the top of the screen, prompt at the bottom

       --reverse
              A synonym for --layout=reverse

       --border
              Draw border above and below the finder

       --no-unicode
              Use ASCII characters instead of Unicode box drawing characters to draw border

       --margin=MARGIN
              Comma-separated expression for margins around the finder.

              TRBL     Same margin for top, right, bottom, and left
              TB,RL    Vertical, horizontal margin
              T,RL,B   Top, horizontal, bottom margin
              T,R,B,L  Top, right, bottom, left margin

              Each part can be given in absolute number or in percentage relative to the terminal
              size with % suffix.

              e.g.
                   fzf --margin 10%
                   fzf --margin 1,5%

       --info=STYLE
              Determines the display style of finder info.

              default       Display on the next line to the prompt
              inline        Display on the same line
              hidden        Do not display finder info

       --no-info
              A synonym for --info=hidden

       --prompt=STR
              Input prompt (default: '> ')

       --header=STR
              The given string will be printed as the sticky header. The lines are  displayed  in
              the  given  order  from  top  to  bottom regardless of --layout option, and are not
              affected by --with-nth. ANSI color codes are processed even when --ansi is not set.

       --header-lines=N
              The first N lines of the input are treated as the sticky header. When --with-nth is
              set, the lines are transformed just like the other lines that follow.

   Display
       --ansi Enable processing of ANSI color codes

       --tabstop=SPACES
              Number of spaces for a tab character (default: 8)

       --color=[BASE_SCHEME][,COLOR:ANSI]
              Color  configuration. The name of the base color scheme is followed by custom color
              mappings. Ansi color code of  -1  denotes  terminal  default  foreground/background
              color. You can also specify 24-bit color in #rrggbb format.

              BASE SCHEME:
                  (default: dark on 256-color terminal, otherwise 16)

                  dark    Color scheme for dark 256-color terminal
                  light   Color scheme for light 256-color terminal
                  16      Color scheme for 16-color terminal
                  bw      No colors (equivalent to --no-color)

              COLOR:
                  fg         Text
                  bg         Background
                  preview-fg Preview window text
                  preview-bg Preview window background
                  hl         Highlighted substrings
                  fg+        Text (current line)
                  bg+        Background (current line)
                  gutter     Gutter on the left (defaults to bg+)
                  hl+        Highlighted substrings (current line)
                  info       Info
                  border     Border of the preview window and horizontal separators (--border)
                  prompt     Prompt
                  pointer    Pointer to the current line
                  marker     Multi-select marker
                  spinner    Streaming input indicator
                  header     Header

              EXAMPLES:

                   # Seoul256 theme with 8-bit colors
                   # (https://github.com/junegunn/seoul256.vim)
                   fzf --color='bg:237,bg+:236,info:143,border:240,spinner:108' \
                       --color='hl:65,fg:252,header:65,fg+:252' \
                       --color='pointer:161,marker:168,prompt:110,hl+:108'

                   # Seoul256 theme with 24-bit colors
                   fzf
              --color='bg:#4B4B4B,bg+:#3F3F3F,info:#BDBB72,border:#6B6B6B,spinner:#98BC99' \
                       --color='hl:#719872,fg:#D9D9D9,header:#719872,fg+:#D9D9D9' \
                       --color='pointer:#E12672,marker:#E17899,prompt:#98BEDE,hl+:#98BC99'

       --no-bold
              Do not use bold text

       --black
              Use black background

   History
       --history=HISTORY_FILE
              Load search history from the specified file and  update  the  file  on  completion.
              When  enabled,  CTRL-N  and  CTRL-P  are automatically remapped to next-history and
              previous-history.

       --history-size=N
              Maximum number of entries  in  the  history  file  (default:  1000).  The  file  is
              automatically truncated when the number of the lines exceeds the value.

   Preview
       --preview=COMMAND
              Execute  the  given  command  for  the  current  line and display the result on the
              preview window. {} in the command is  the  placeholder  that  is  replaced  to  the
              single-quoted  string  of  the  current  line. To transform the replacement string,
              specify field index expressions between the braces (See FIELD INDEX EXPRESSION  for
              the details).

              e.g.
                   fzf --preview='head -$LINES {}'
                   ls -l | fzf --preview="echo user={3} when={-4..-2}; cat {-1}" --header-lines=1

              fzf  exports $FZF_PREVIEW_LINES and $FZF_PREVIEW_COLUMNS so that they represent the
              exact size of the preview window. (It also overrides $LINES and $COLUMNS  with  the
              same  values  but they can be reset by the default shell, so prefer to refer to the
              ones with FZF_PREVIEW_ prefix.)

              A placeholder expression starting with +  flag  will  be  replaced  to  the  space-
              separated list of the selected lines (or the current line if no selection was made)
              individually quoted.

              e.g.
                   fzf --multi --preview='head -10 {+}'
                   git log --oneline | fzf --multi --preview 'git show {+1}'

              When using a field index expression, leading and trailing  whitespace  is  stripped
              from the replacement string. To preserve the whitespace, use the s flag.

              Also,  {q}  is  replaced  to the current query string, and {n} is replaced to zero-
              based ordinal index of the line. Use {+n}  if  you  want  all  index  numbers  when
              multiple lines are selected.

              A  placeholder  expression  with f flag is replaced to the path of a temporary file
              that holds the evaluated list. This is useful when you multi-select a large  number
              of items and the length of the evaluated string may exceed ARG_MAX.

              e.g.
                   # Press CTRL-A to select 100K items and see the sum of all the numbers.
                   # This won't work properly without 'f' flag due to ARG_MAX limit.
                   seq 100000 | fzf --multi --bind ctrl-a:select-all \
                                    --preview "awk '{sum+=} END {print sum}' {+f}"

              Note that you can escape a placeholder pattern by prepending a backslash.

              Preview window will be updated even when there is no match for the current query if
              any of the placeholder expressions evaluates to a non-empty string.

       --preview-window=[POSITION][:SIZE[%]][:noborder][:wrap][:hidden]
              Determines the layout of the preview window. If the argument contains :hidden,  the
              preview  window will be hidden by default until toggle-preview action is triggered.
              Long lines are truncated by default.  Line wrap can be enabled with :wrap flag.

              If size is given as 0, preview window will not  be  visible,  but  fzf  will  still
              execute the command in the background.

              POSITION: (default: right)
                  up
                  down
                  left
                  right

              e.g.
                   fzf --preview="head {}" --preview-window=up:30%
                   fzf --preview="file {}" --preview-window=down:1

   Scripting
       -q, --query=STR
              Start the finder with the given query

       -1, --select-1
              Automatically select the only match

       -0, --exit-0
              Exit immediately when there's no match

       -f, --filter=STR
              Filter mode. Do not start interactive finder. When used with --no-sort, fzf becomes
              a fuzzy-version of grep.

       --print-query
              Print query as the first line

       --expect=KEY[,..]
              Comma-separated list of keys that can be used to complete fzf in  addition  to  the
              default  enter  key.  When  this  option is set, fzf will print the name of the key
              pressed as the first line of its output (or as the second line if --print-query  is
              also  used). The line will be empty if fzf is completed with the default enter key.
              If --expect option is specified multiple times, fzf will expect the  union  of  the
              keys. --no-expect will clear the list.

              e.g.
                   fzf --expect=ctrl-v,ctrl-t,alt-s --expect=f1,f2,~,@

       --read0
              Read input delimited by ASCII NUL characters instead of newline characters

       --print0
              Print output delimited by ASCII NUL characters instead of newline characters

       --no-clear
              Do  not  clear finder interface on exit. If fzf was started in full screen mode, it
              will not switch back to the original screen, so you'll have to  manually  run  tput
              rmcup  to  return.  This  option can be used to avoid flickering of the screen when
              your application needs to start fzf multiple times in order.

       --sync Synchronous search for  multi-staged  filtering.  If  specified,  fzf  will  launch
              ncurses finder only after the input stream is complete.

              e.g. fzf --multi | fzf --sync

       --version
              Display version information and exit

       Note that most options have the opposite versions with --no- prefix.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       FZF_DEFAULT_COMMAND
              Default  command  to  use  when input is tty. On *nix systems, fzf runs the command
              with sh -c, so make sure that it's POSIX-compliant.

       FZF_DEFAULT_OPTS
              Default options. e.g. export FZF_DEFAULT_OPTS="--extended --cycle"

EXIT STATUS

       0      Normal exit
       1      No match
       2      Error
       130    Interrupted with CTRL-C or ESC

FIELD INDEX EXPRESSION

       A field index expression can be a non-zero integer or a range expression ([BEGIN]..[END]).
       --nth and --with-nth take a comma-separated list of field index expressions.

   Examples
       1      The 1st field
       2      The 2nd field
       -1     The last field
       -2     The 2nd to last field
       3..5   From the 3rd field to the 5th field
       2..    From the 2nd field to the last field
       ..-3   From the 1st field to the 3rd to the last field
       ..     All the fields

EXTENDED SEARCH MODE

       Unless  specified  otherwise,  fzf will start in "extended-search mode". In this mode, you
       can specify multiple patterns delimited by spaces, such as: 'wild ^music .mp3$ sbtrkt !rmx

       You can prepend a backslash to a space (\ ) to match a literal space character.

   Exact-match (quoted)
       A term that is prefixed by a single-quote character (') is interpreted as an "exact-match"
       (or "non-fuzzy") term. fzf will search for the exact occurrences of the string.

   Anchored-match
       A  term  can be prefixed by ^, or suffixed by $ to become an anchored-match term. Then fzf
       will search for the lines that start with or end with the given string. An  anchored-match
       term is also an exact-match term.

   Negation
       If  a  term  is  prefixed  by !, fzf will exclude the lines that satisfy the term from the
       result. In this case, fzf performs exact match by default.

   Exact-match by default
       If you don't prefer fuzzy matching and do not wish to "quote"  (prefixing  with  ')  every
       word,  start  fzf  with  -e  or  --exact  option.  Note that when --exact is set, '-prefix
       "unquotes" the term.

   OR operator
       A single bar character term acts as an OR  operator.  For  example,  the  following  query
       matches entries that start with core and end with either go, rb, or py.

       e.g. ^core go$ | rb$ | py$

KEY/EVENT BINDINGS

       --bind  option allows you to bind a key or an event to one or more actions. You can use it
       to customize key bindings or implement dynamic behaviors.

       --bind takes a comma-separated list of binding expressions.  Each  binding  expression  is
       KEY:ACTION or EVENT:ACTION.

       e.g.
            fzf --bind=ctrl-j:accept,ctrl-k:kill-line

   AVAILABLE KEYS: (SYNONYMS)
       ctrl-[a-z]
       ctrl-space
       ctrl-\
       ctrl-]
       ctrl-^      (ctrl-6)
       ctrl-/      (ctrl-_)
       ctrl-alt-[a-z]
       alt-[a-z]
       alt-[0-9]
       f[1-12]
       enter       (return ctrl-m)
       space
       bspace      (bs)
       alt-up
       alt-down
       alt-left
       alt-right
       alt-enter
       alt-space
       alt-bspace  (alt-bs)
       alt-/
       tab
       btab        (shift-tab)
       esc
       del
       up
       down
       left
       right
       home
       end
       pgup        (page-up)
       pgdn        (page-down)
       shift-up
       shift-down
       shift-left
       shift-right
       left-click
       right-click
       double-click
       or any single character

   AVAILABLE EVENTS:
       change (triggered whenever the query string is changed)

           e.g.
                # Moves cursor to the top (or bottom depending on --layout) whenever the query is
       changed
                fzf --bind change:top

   AVAILABLE ACTIONS:
       A key or an event can be bound to one or more of the following actions.

         ACTION:               DEFAULT BINDINGS (NOTES):
           abort                 ctrl-c  ctrl-g  ctrl-q  esc
           accept                enter   double-click
           accept-non-empty      (same as accept except that it prevents fzf from exiting without
       selection)
           backward-char         ctrl-b  left
           backward-delete-char  ctrl-h  bspace
           backward-kill-word    alt-bs
           backward-word         alt-b   shift-left
           beginning-of-line     ctrl-a  home
           cancel                (clear query string if not empty, abort fzf otherwise)
           clear-screen          ctrl-l
           clear-selection       (clear multi-selection)
           clear-query           (clear query string)
           delete-char           del
           delete-char/eof       ctrl-d
           deselect-all          (deselect all matches)
           down                  ctrl-j  ctrl-n  down
           end-of-line           ctrl-e  end
           execute(...)          (see below for the details)
           execute-silent(...)   (see below for the details)
           execute-multi(...)    (deprecated in favor of {+} expression)
           forward-char          ctrl-f  right
           forward-word          alt-f   shift-right
           ignore
           jump                  (EasyMotion-like 2-keystroke movement)
           jump-accept           (jump and accept)
           kill-line
           kill-word             alt-d
           next-history          (ctrl-n on --history)
           page-down             pgdn
           page-up               pgup
           half-page-down
           half-page-up
           preview-down          shift-down
           preview-up            shift-up
           preview-page-down
           preview-page-up
           previous-history      (ctrl-p on --history)
           print-query           (print query and exit)
           reload(...)           (see below for the details)
           replace-query         (replace query string with the current selection)
           select-all            (select all matches)
           toggle                (right-click)
           toggle-all            (toggle all matches)
           toggle+down           ctrl-i  (tab)
           toggle-in             (--layout=reverse* ? toggle+up : toggle+down)
           toggle-out            (--layout=reverse* ? toggle+down : toggle+up)
           toggle-preview
           toggle-preview-wrap
           toggle-sort
           toggle+up             btab    (shift-tab)
           top                   (move to the top result)
           unix-line-discard     ctrl-u
           unix-word-rubout      ctrl-w
           up                    ctrl-k  ctrl-p  up
           yank                  ctrl-y

   ACTION COMPOSITION
       Multiple actions can be chained using + separator.

       e.g.
            fzf --bind 'ctrl-a:select-all+accept'

   COMMAND EXECUTION
       With  execute(...)  action,  you  can  execute arbitrary commands without leaving fzf. For
       example, you can turn fzf into a simple file browser by binding enter key to less  command
       like follows.

           fzf --bind "enter:execute(less {})"

       You can use the same placeholder expressions as in --preview.

       If  the  command contains parentheses, fzf may fail to parse the expression. In that case,
       you can use any of the following alternative notations to avoid parse errors.

           execute[...]
           execute~...~
           execute!...!
           execute@...@
           execute#...#
           execute$...$
           execute%...%
           execute^...^
           execute&...&
           execute*...*
           execute;...;
           execute/.../
           execute|...|
           execute:...
              The last one is the special form that frees you from parse errors as  it  does  not
              expect  the  closing  character. The catch is that it should be the last one in the
              comma-separated list of key-action pairs.

       fzf switches to the alternate screen when executing a command. However, if the command  is
       expected  to complete quickly, and you are not interested in its output, you might want to
       use execute-silent instead, which silently executes the  command  without  the  switching.
       Note  that  fzf  will  not  be  responsive until the command is complete. For asynchronous
       execution, start your command as a background process (i.e. appending &).

   RELOAD INPUT
       reload(...) action is used to dynamically update the input list without restarting fzf. It
       takes the same command template with placeholder expressions as execute(...).

       See https://github.com/junegunn/fzf/issues/1750 for more info.

       e.g.
            # Update the list of processes by pressing CTRL-R
            ps -ef | fzf --bind 'ctrl-r:reload(ps -ef)' --header 'Press CTRL-R to reload' \
                         --header-lines=1 --layout=reverse

            # Integration with ripgrep
            RG_PREFIX="rg --column --line-number --no-heading --color=always --smart-case "
            INITIAL_QUERY="foobar"
            FZF_DEFAULT_COMMAND="$RG_PREFIX '$INITIAL_QUERY'" \
              fzf --bind "change:reload:$RG_PREFIX {q} || true" \
                  --ansi --phony --query "$INITIAL_QUERY"

AUTHOR

       Junegunn Choi (junegunn.c@gmail.com)

SEE ALSO

       Project homepage:
              https://github.com/junegunn/fzf

       Extra Vim plugin:
              https://github.com/junegunn/fzf.vim

LICENSE

       MIT