Useful vim commands

Even though we have many sophisticated GUI text editors, there is one that has passed all time tests: vi. vi is a text editor created originally for Unix in 1976. Are you kidding? 1976? Why should I even bother to know it exists? Because that is the only text editor you will find for sure…

A basic .vimrc configuration file for vi users

.vimrc is the configuration file for vi. Whenever executed, vi will read this file’s contents setting up a customized environment. In order to work, you have to save it in your home directory (~). It is important to notice that the commands should not include the initial colon (:). Here are some useful commands: syntax…