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On linux consoles I always use Alt + . to get the last argument of the previous command in history.

for example if I had

ls /tmp/test

as last command, and if I type

rm Alt -

this will result in

rm /tmp/test

On an Apple Terminal, this doesen't work, is there an alternative?

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    You can also check Preferences > Settings > Keyboard > Use option as meta key. – Lri Jun 3 '13 at 3:56
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I found an answer here:

Equivalent to alt-. in terminal

ESC + . inserts the last argument and is the direct equivalent to Alt + . on Linux

see https://apple.stackexchange.com/a/85152/31470

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