Advanced Usage

In this section, we’ll take a look at a few advanced concepts that you can try once you’re more comfortable with Serenade.

Chaining

You can chain commands together to avoid having to pause between commands. For example, you can chain a go to and a delete by saying:

go to line one delete line

You can also chain the use command to save some time. For instance if you say:

type hello world

If you’d like to select the first alternative, and then you know you want to then jump to line 50, you can say:

use one line fifty

Similarly, suppose that all the prior alternatives were invalid and you want to ignore them. You could say:

clear line fifty

Repetition

If you know you want to execute the same command multiple times, you can add:

<number> times

To the end of a command. For example:

delete line three times