Vim is acronym for Vi IMproved. Vim is free and open source text editor which runs in the terminal on Unix-like systems. vim is a very popular file editor, especially among programmers. It’s actively developed and frequently updated, and there’s a very big community around it. There’s even a Vim conference!
vim is a very popular file editor, especially among programmers. It’s actively developed and frequently updated, and there’s a very big community around it. There’s even a Vim conference!
vi in modern systems is just an alias to
vim, which means
You start it by running
vi on the command line.
You can specify a filename at invocation time to edit that specific file:
You have to know that Vim has 2 main modes:
When you start the editor, you are in command mode. You can’t enter text like you expect from a GUI-based editor. You have to enter insert mode. You can do this by pressing the
i key. Once you do so, the
-- INSERT -- word appear at the bottom of the editor:
Now you can start typing and filling the screen with the file contents:
You can move around the file with the arrow keys, or using the
h-l for left-right,
j-k for down-up.
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