Practical Vim Editor Commands On Linux
Vim, or vi improved, is a standard editor on Linux. It comes with virtually every version of Linux out there and is available on Mac and Windows as well. If you are in a situation where you need to edit from the command line, for example when you ssh into another system, vim will be there. Vim is an ordinary text editor, like notepad. It inserts no special characters into the text document unless you tell it to. Vim has some powerful commands that make it fast and efficient. Vim also has a large user community, so once you are up and running with it, you can easily find the commands you are looking for online. In this course, you will clean and standardize a Vocabulary list file using Vim commands. You will come away with a gentle and not overwhelming introduction to the Vim editor. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.
Great overview of vim, a key tool for working on the command line
I enjoyed it as my first project-based course. It was easy to finish although I did struggle with the split-screen function. Recommended.
Thank you so much instructor,I really enjoyed the project and now have a firm grip over the editor
A clear and concise introduction to Vim. I would like to learn more about regex though. Thank you Mr. Dalsveen.