Interactive Web-based tutorial for VimFiled under: Interesting;
Has Even after years of Linux, with me – so I must confess to my shame – no preference for the text editor Vim set. Anyone who can deal with this editor will tell you that you could work with Vim so much better and faster. But to me to learn the operation, costing me too much effort. Somehow I want to have to read a book to use a text editor.Nevertheless, I had already often with Vim “mess”, most recently on my HP touchpad where Vim was the only editor that could be addressed via the terminal.
Perhaps something better to work with the editor, I stumbled across today Vim open and interactive, web-based tutorial for Vim. In a series of chapters, you get to show everything important to be able to work with Vim. In addition, is also a sand pit, with an adjacent block information so that you can also try out their newly learned skills immediately. Should not we know more, so the context-sensitive help on an info block. Whether it is love then the editor, I can not say, but in any event, you get along better on systems with only a Vim is installed.
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