This category is for tips about using Vim efficiently. These tips can be mere pointers to well-known commands.
“Since tabs effectively group spaces together, you may be tempted to work with tabs rather than...Converting tabs to spaces
“The ex command g is very useful for acting on lines that match a pattern. You can use it with...Delete all lines containing a pattern
“You can change the case of text: Alternatively, you can visually select text then press to...Switching case of characters
“In visual block mode, you can press I to insert text at the same position in multiple lines, and...Inserting text in multiple lines
“This tip discusses how to exit from insert mode without needing to press Esc. The Vi editor was...Avoid the escape key
“A mark allows you to record your current position so you can return to it later. There is no...Using marks
“As you all may know with'o' or'O' you can insert a new line after/before the current line. But...Insert newline without entering insert mode
This category has the following 20 subcategories, out of 20 total.
Pages in category "Usage"
The following 69 pages are in this category, out of 69 total.