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VIM II: Vim hints

The vast majority of Linux-based operating systems containing the VIM text editor called for many seems very difficult to use, but it also allows it to be very powerful in editing text.

Before writing some commands that are useful considered that I should note that this text editor is separated into two environments where the cursor, the first is the mode where you can enter commands to get this environment must press the Esc key. The other setting is where you can edit the text. Here are some commands that may be useful to begin working with VIM.

  • i: enter text in the above position at which the cursor is located.
  • to: enter text in position after which the cursor is located.
  • I: enter text at the beginning of the line.
  • A: enter text at the end of the line.
  • o: enter text at the beginning of the next line.
  • x: delete the character of the document on which the cursor (button "Delete" or "Del" has the same effect.)
The commands described above must be entered when in command mode, ie after pressing the Esc key. To run some commands in VIM after pressing the Esc key must be pressed before key ":" (colon). Below are some these commands.
  • : w: save the file contents.
  • : q: Exit the document.
  • : q! : Used to exit the document without saving changes have been made. These command
allow text edits pretty basic, but are the starting point for working with VIM.

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