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IBM developerWorks: vi intro -- the cheat sheet method

Dec 23, 2000, 19:32 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Daniel Robbins)

[ Thanks to Frank for this link. ]

"This tutorial shows how to use vi, a powerful visual editor. Using an accelerated "cheat sheet" method, this tutorial aims to make you a proficient vi user without requiring a huge time commitment. You'll quickly learn how to move around, edit text, use insert mode, copy and paste text, and use important vim extensions like visual mode and multi-window editing."

"After a quick (2 minutes, tops) registration, you can begin the tutorial and get up to speed with one of the most popular and powerful Linux/UNIX visual editing programs. The tutorial should take you less than 2 hours to complete. You can take it online, or download a PDF or zip file of the tutorial."

"System requirements
You will need Netscape 4.x or higher, or Internet Explorer 4.x or higher, with JavaScript enabled."

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