Cursor Movement h j k l $ 0 ^ w W b B e E H M L move left (backspace) move down move up move right (spacebar) move to the beginning of the

next line Put Command brings back previous deletion or yank of lines, words, or characters P p bring back before cursor bring back after cursor last column on the current line move cursor to the first column on the current line move cursor to first nonblank column on the current line move to the beginning of the next word or punctuation mark move past the next space move to the beginning of the previous word or punctuation mark move to the beginning of the previous word, ignores punctuation end of next word or punctuation mark end of next word, ignoring punctuation move cursor to the top of the screen move cursor to the middle of the screen move cursor to the bottom of the screen T Screen Movement G xG z+ z z^F ^B ^D ^U ^R ^L move to the last line in the file move to line x move current line to top of screen move current line to the middle of screen move current line to the bottom of screen move forward one screen move backward one line move forward one half screen move backward one half screen redraw screen redraw screen J ^G % mx 'x Inserting r R i a A O replace character under cursor with next character typed keep replacing character until [esc] is hit insert before cursor append after cursor append at end of line open line above cursor and enter append mode SHELL ESCAPE Deleting x dd dw db delete character under cursor delete line under cursor delete word under cursor delete word before cursor executes 'cmd' as a shell command. :!'cmd' Anton R Susilo – anton.rifco et gmail.com :$ move to last line of file Miscellaneous Commands . u U xp repeat last command undoes last command issued undoes all commands on one line deletes first character and inserts after second (swap) join current line with the next line display current line number if at one parenthesis, will jump to its mate mark current line with character x find line marked with character x ; Find Commands ? / f F t finds a word going backwards finds a word going forwards finds a character on the line under the cursor going forward finds a character on the line under the cursor going backwards find a character on the current line going forward and stop one character before it find a character on the current line going backward and stop one character before it repeat last f, F, t, T Copying Code yy (yank)'copies' line which may then be put by the p(put) command. Precede with a count for multiple lines.

[return]

NOTE: Marks are internal and not written to the file.

MOVING :# move to line #

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