After these key tables, you'll find an explanation of their format. Each command is linked to its description.
Alt-a mark-normal-region Alt-b bufed Ctrl-B line-to-bottom Ctrl-C center-window Alt-c mark-rectangle Alt-d kill-current-line Ctrl-D scroll-down Alt-e find-file Ctrl-E scroll-up Alt-f display-buffer-info Alt-g goto-line Alt-h help Alt-i overwrite-mode Alt-j brief-jump-to-bookmark Alt-k kill-to-end-of-line Alt-l mark-line-region Alt-m mark-inclusive-region Ctrl-N next-error Alt-n next-buffer Alt-o set-file-name Alt-p print-region Ctrl-P view-process Alt-q quoted-insert Alt-r insert-file Ctrl-R argument Alt-s string-search Ctrl-T line-to-top Alt-t replace-string Ctrl-U redo Alt-u undo Alt-v show-version Alt-w save-file Ctrl-W set-want-backup-file Alt-x exit Ctrl-X write-files-and-exit Alt-z push Ctrl-Z zoom-window Alt-1 brief-drop-bookmark 1 Alt-2 brief-drop-bookmark 2 ... ... Alt-0 brief-drop-bookmark 10 F1 move-to-window Alt-F1 toggle-borders F2 brief-resize-window Alt-F2 zoom-window F3 brief-split-window F4 brief-delete-window F5 string-search S-F5 search-again Alt-F5 reverse-string-search F6 query-replace S-F6 replace-again Alt-F5 reverse-replace F7 record-kbd-macro S-F7 pause-macro F8 last-kbd-macro F10 named-command Alt-F10 compile-buffer Ctrl-<Enter> brief-open-line <Esc> abort <Del> brief-delete-region <End> brief-end-key <Home> brief-home-key <Ins> yank Ctrl-<End> end-of-window Ctrl-<Home> beginning-of-window Ctrl-<PgDn> goto-end Ctrl-<PgUp> goto-beginning Alt-<Minus> previous-buffer Ctrl-<Minus> kill-buffer Ctrl-<Bksp> backward-kill-word Numeric + brief-copy-region Numeric - brief-cut-region Numeric * undo
Some keys which are not used in Brief, but which are used in Epsilon's EMACS-style key assignments, retain their function even with Brief key assignments. These don't appear in this table. For example, Brief recognizes Alt-letter and Alt-digit keys. Epsilon recognizes those, plus dozens of other Alt- keystrokes, and many of these run commands.
There are also a variety of commands not normally attached to any key. (Whether or not a command is attached to a key, you can always run it by giving its name.) While a few appear in the tables above, most don't. Some of these commands are variants of existing commands, while others are rarely used commands. You can see a complete list of all Epsilon commands.