"This article is intended for the following types of Linux
programmers (from novices to hobbyists to seasoned coders)
people who use markup languages like HTML and/or LaTeX
anybody who really loves their vim and wants to make it even
"That being said, I'm going to assume you are one of the above
people if you are reading this article. However, keep in mind that
I use vim for all of the above reasons, so disregard anything that
you think may not apply to your needs."
"This article will also assume that you are at least fairly
familiar with the vim editor. I'm not sure how far back this NHF
will apply in terms of the format of the config files, but I am
using 5.6.11 right now (5.7 is the most recent, I believe). If you
are unsure, just get a new version by navigating their website at
http://www.vim.org . But, for example, you ought to know that
vim is not a mode-less editor, and you should at least be somewhat
familiar with both command mode and input mode as well as entering
commands at the vim prompt (the colon [:], like :wq for
writing and quitting)."
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