If you ever installed Linux in your life, I’m sure you might have come across Vim.
Vim is a
command-line based text editor. It’s a great tool but I won’t say that it’s the best text editor in Linux as it would lead to a never-ending debate.
Vim is actually an
improved version of the old
vi editor. It comes with many new features including multi-level undo, multiple window support, visual mode and command-line completion.
If you’re using it for the first time, you may have hard time trying to exit Vim.
What? Don’t you believe me?
Here’s the proof :
In this blog, I’ll list down 15 shortcuts that will save you a lot of time while working with
You can replace ‘2’ by any number and delete any number of lines.
|:w sample_filename||To |
That’s all for the blog. I hope you had good time reading the blog!😃