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gg goes to top of file. NNgg goes to line NN. NN means an integer
Note Backspace will more you backwards (ie navigates but no deletion i
+n nav mode) but
DEL deletes as normal (ie no navigation stuff disappears). GOK.
:w writes file
:w! writes file even if read only
ie !./script while you are editing 'script' it will exec
hit enter to return to vi as prompted, else type more com
:%perldo s/this/that/ execs that perl s///
a Insert after the current cursor pos
A Insert after the end of current line
i Insert before the current cursor pos
I Insert at the begining of the current line
0 - I'm a blankster
0 - My devices have no keyboard
0 - I use a chorded keyboard that transcends your concept of keys
26 - I need the other keys for Perl sigils!
31 - I write code in the original APL
31 - ß counts only as one letter!
∞ - I use an Optimus keyboard
ℵ1 - I reject your Latin-centric notion of letters
Results (32 votes),