[Solved] Does Mac really not have keyboard shortcuts to jump to start/end of a document?

Mr. Boy Asks: Does Mac really not have keyboard shortcuts to jump to start/end of a document?
As a software developer, I reckon Ctrl+Home / Ctrl+End are almost as widely used on Windows as copy/paste. These jump the cursor to the start/end of a document respectively.

I’ve never found a reliable alternative on Mac, and also see inconsistency between different apps… Which means I end up scrolling a lot or using PgUp/PgDn.

Is there a a standard shortcut when editing a text file or document, to move the cursor to the start/end? If so what is it? Or maybe there’s a way to configure it somewhere?

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