I have been using Vim since I started using Linux, many years ago, but it was just recently that I decided to use it as my main text editor. There are a lot of reasons for that, from being fast, to very productive, to highly customizable, to be available in almost any Linux or Mac installation. But there is a (small) learning curve for anyone who wants to start using Vim, and I’m not speaking of hitting :q to exit the editor.

For an occasional user, it is enough to know that you hit a, i or Insert to start…










Paulo Diovani

Bookworm, RPG player, TV Shows addicted, Cat lover, Internet Systems Technologist and Software Engineer.

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