re: Vim for starters - the minimum you need to know VIEW POST


Been using vi since 1989 (switching to vim as Linux came to supplant legacy commercial Linux OSes) - could never quite make the leap to other editors that lacked all the power/features that were in my preferred editor (and stubbornly ingrained in my finger-memory). And now that you can get extensions to vim (some that even make it IDE-like), I've even less inclination.

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