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Editors Series: Emacs, Vim and Nano

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  • Vim vs. Nano

    Vim, an acronym for Vi Improved, was released in 1991 as an improved project of vi, an older, screen-oriented text editor of originally developed for the Unix operating system. Vim is designed to be extremely versatile and fast, like its predecessor, Vi. On most Linux systems, Vim comes pre-installed and virtually available for all types of operating systems. Vim is available everywhere, therefore it really pays off to learn the basics to edit a text file with this text editor. Upon opening Vim, the Vim text editor interface shows on your system.

  • How to Configure and Use Auto-Complete with Vim
  • Emacs Cheatsheet
  • Emacs Commands Comprehensive Overview

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