Going to bottom of page with linux nano viewer?

Posted on 2008-10-20
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
Is there any way (key combination) to go to the bottom of a document in the nano reader for terminal?  For example ctrl v is the next page down and ctrl y is next page up.  Is there one to bring you to the bottom?

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ALT + /

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peter991 earned 200 total points
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ALT + / didn't work for me.
The only way I found to solve it was to CTRL + _ and then enter something like 99999.
An number a knew would be more than the lines in the file.

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