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Now that you know how to enable features in Vim, let's store all of them in one place so we don't need to constantly set them all the time.
Vim's defaults leave the editor in a pretty minimal state. Let's look at some of options we can configure to make Vim feel more like a traditional editor
Sometimes you just need to copy some code from one file to another. Vim allows you to do this, in a quick and efficient way.
Vim likes to keep you in normal mode at all times. But this can be difficult when trying to delete or change some text in a file. Thankfully Vim has build commands to make this a breeze
We've gone over some of the basic Vim key commands, but what else can you do with them? We'll go over how you can compose them and to create more powerful commands
We've learned how to add text in Vim using insert mode, now what about saving that file? We'll go over how to use Vim's write command.
One of Vim's most unique features are it's different modes. Learn how to use these modes and speed up your editing
Learn how to efficiently move around Vim and stop reaching for your mouse
The Vim editor is a text editor that lives inside of your terminal. Learn how to start Vim, and more importantly how to exit out of the editor!