BASICS OF VI TEXT Editor (VISUAL INSTRUMENT TEXT EDITOR)

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Sometimes, the intrinsic text needs a user-friendly and feature-ready tool for editing. To edit text on Linux, there’s a Text Editor called Vi(Visual Instrument). VI text editor helps accomplish work with exclusive keywords instead of menus. Welcome to the introduction of VI Text Editor.

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1. How To Use VI Text Editor?
2. #1. Opening The VI Text Editor
3. #2. Operating Modes Of VI Text Editor
  3.1. #1. Command Mode:
  3.2. #2. Insert Mode
4. #3. Moving The Cursor Within A File In VI Text Editor
5. #4. Closing And Saving Files In The VI Text Editor
6. #5. Deleting Text In VI Text Editor
  6.1. #1. Deleting One Character From The Text
  6.2. #2. Deleting A Word Or Line From The Text
7. #6. How To Append Text In VI Text Editor?
8. #7. Inserting A Line Between Two Lines
9. #8. How To Cut, Copy And Paste In VI Text Editor?
  9.1. #1. Copying
  8.2. #2. Cutting
  9.3. #3. Pasting
10. #9. Searching Within A File On VI Text Editor
11. #10. Searching And Replacing In VI Text Editor
12. #11. Editing Multiple Files And Switching Between Them

Table of Contents :

How To Use VI Text Editor?

Moving The Cursor Within A File In VI Text Editor

1. “ķ” – For moving the cursor in the upward direction
2. “j” – For moving the cursor in the downward direction
3. “h” – For moving the cursor in the left direction
4. “i” – For moving the cursor in the right direction

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