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Learning Vim

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Learning Vim

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Book Description

Vim is a console-based multi-mode (modal) text editor. It is widely used and available by default on all Unix, Linux, and Apple OS X systems. Vim has a large active community and a wide user base. The editor supports all popular programming languages, and many plugins are available to extend its features.

It is an unofficial and free Vim book created for educational purposes. All the content is extracted from Stack Overflow Documentation, which is written by many hardworking individuals at Stack Overflow.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-SA). You can download Learning Vim ebook for free in PDF format (2.2 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Getting started with vim
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Advantages of vim
Chapter 4
Ask to create non-existant directories upon saving a new file
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Auto-Format Code
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Building from vim
Chapter 9
Command-line ranges
Chapter 10
Configuring Vim
Chapter 11
Converting text files from DOS to UNIX with vi
Chapter 12
Differences between Neovim and Vim
Chapter 13
Easter Eggs
Chapter 14
Enhanced undo and redo with a undodir
Chapter 15
Exiting Vim
Chapter 16
Extending Vim
Chapter 17
Filetype plugins
Chapter 18
Find and Replace
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Get :help (using Vim's built-in manual)
Chapter 21
How to Compile Vim
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Inserting text
Chapter 24
Key Mappings in Vim
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Manipulating text
Chapter 27
Modes - insert, normal, visual, ex
Chapter 28
Motions and Text Objects
Chapter 29
Chapter 30
Normal mode commands
Chapter 31
Normal mode commands (Editing)
Chapter 32
Chapter 33
Regular expressions
Chapter 34
Regular expressions in Ex Mode
Chapter 35
Chapter 36
Chapter 37
Searching in the current buffer
Chapter 38
Solarized Vim
Chapter 39
Spell checker
Chapter 40
Split windows
Chapter 41
Chapter 42
The dot operator
Chapter 43
Tips and tricks to boost productivity
Chapter 44
Useful configurations that can be put in .vimrc
Chapter 45
Using ex from the command line
Chapter 46
Using Python for Vim scripting
Chapter 47
vglobal: Execute commands on lines that do not match globally
Chapter 48
Vim Options
Chapter 49
Vim Registers
Chapter 50
Vim Resources
Chapter 51
Vim Text Objects
Chapter 52
Chapter 53

Book Details

Learning Vim
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