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Start Learning Vim

Start learning Vim by following these Vim tips for beginners and advanced users.

Vim needs no introduction. If you are working in the command line, you have three main options for editing files:

  • Vim
  • Nano
  • Emacs

You can use either of the three but many people swear by Vim for its flexibility and extensibility.

You can use Vim for basic file editing or you can use it as an IDE for full software development. Heck! Some people even use it for writing novels.

This is a consolidation of Vim tips and tutorials, divided into two categories:

  • Basic Vim tips: The absolute essentials any Vim user must know
  • Advanced Vim tips: Taking your Vim knowledge to the next level