How to use Vim Editor in Unix

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How to use Vim Editor in Unix

after working on VI editor what I found that every day we learn something new in VI editor but we forget something equally important and there I thou
http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2011/06/vi-editor-in-unix-example-tutorial-and.html
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  • Submitted on: 2011-09-07 15:36:26

  • Submitted By: Javin Paul

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fter working on VI editor what I found that every day we learn something new in VI editor but we forget something equally important and there I thought lets document whatever VI commands I have learned so far and using regularly. Idea is to keep this VI Editor tutorial updated with every single useful VI commands I learn and I also ask you guys to contribute with something useful. If you see 10 peoples working in VI editor you realize that they use it differently then use some new VI commands which you are not familiar of and which could improve your productivity as well. so if you would like to know more and more about VI editor I would suggest observe people around you when they work in VIM or VI editor and learn from there experience. Don’t confuse with both VIM and VI, VIM stands for VI improved and has some more feature than VI editor. Many a times you will find that VI command is aliased to VIM to make it default editor in UNIX    More detail...

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