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Vim Command

Posted on June 29, 2021



1. Insert mode (Where you can just type like normal text editor. Press i for insert mode)

2. Command mode (Where you give commands to the editor to get things done . Press ESC for command mode)

Most of them below are in command mode

x - to delete the unwanted character

u - to undo the last the command and U to undo the whole line

CTRL-R to redo

A - to append text at the end

:wq - to save and exit

:q! - to trash all changes

dw - move the cursor to the beginning of the word to delete that word

2w - to move the cursor two words forward.

3e - to move the cursor to the end of the third word forward.

0 (zero) to move to the start of the line.

d2w - which deletes 2 words .. number can be changed for deleting the number of consecutive words like d3w

dd to delete the line and 2dd to delete to line .number can be changed for deleting the number of consecutive words


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