The traditional Chinese character Yi could mean "Righteous", "Justice" or "to bring under control".
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Yi (editor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediation modes"
The primary emulation modes for Yi are vim and emacs. Keybindings for vi, mg and nano and others are also provided. Other editor interfaces can be written by the user to extend Yi.
Meaning of the Chinese character
<span>The traditional Chinese character could mean "Righteous", "Justice" or "to bring under control".
Stewart, Don; Chakravarty, Manuel (September 2005). "Dynamic Applications From the Ground Up". Haskell '05: Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN workshop on Haskell
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