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How To pwn Your Text Files With Vim

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Recently I did a lecture on the magical world of vim. Despite having used it for quite a long time I realize there is still far more that I could know about it, but there is also more that I haven’t published on this blog. Some of you might remember some of my earlier posts on vim [here], [here]. Today I have a few more shortcut keys to tell you about that I sure hope you’ll appreciate as much as I have grown to. First, some more advanced navigation.

Moving your cursor within vim can be done on per character, per sentence and per parapraph. Also, remember that you can repeat commands (even movement commands) by prepending it with the number of times you would like it done.

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