- Installing Vim
- Creating new files from scratch
- Searching for words and phrases in Vim
- Moving through screens and lines
- Editing and deleting text
- Using registers
- Defining marks
- Editing configuration
- Using Vim commands
Skill Level Beginner
- [Miki] Whether writing code, editing configuration files, or writing documentation, you'll find yourself working with text files. Having a good text editor will make you more productive and save you time, and we all know that time is money. Vim is a great text editor. It is packed with features, which allows it to easily handle tasks that are difficult for other editors. Another advantage of Vim is that it is pre-installed on Linux and Mac. If you need to quickly log to another machine and fix something, Vim will be there for you.
In my LinkedIn Learning course, I'll share my 20 years' experience with Vim to teach you how to effectively use it. We'll start with the basics and move through with some more advanced features like using registers, marks, and more. So join me, Miki Tebeka, in my course, Learning Vim. Let's get hacking.
2. Moving Around
3. Changing Text
6. Day-To-Day Vim
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