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In mathematical analysis and related areas of mathematics, a set is called bounded, if it is, in a certain sense, of finite size.
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towards the right. "Bounded" and "boundary" are distinct concepts; for the latter see boundary (topology). A circle in isolation is a boundaryless bounded set, while the half plane is unbounded yet has a boundary. <span>In mathematical analysis and related areas of mathematics, a set is called bounded, if it is, in a certain sense, of finite size. Conversely, a set which is not bounded is called unbounded. The word bounded makes no sense in a general topological space without a corresponding metric. Contents [hide] 1




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a set is called [...], if it is, in a certain sense, of finite size.
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towards the right. "Bounded" and "boundary" are distinct concepts; for the latter see boundary (topology). A circle in isolation is a boundaryless bounded set, while the half plane is unbounded yet has a boundary. <span>In mathematical analysis and related areas of mathematics, a set is called bounded, if it is, in a certain sense, of finite size. Conversely, a set which is not bounded is called unbounded. The word bounded makes no sense in a general topological space without a corresponding metric. Contents [hide] 1







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a set is called bounded, if it is, in a certain sense, of [...].
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In mathematical analysis and related areas of mathematics, a set is called bounded, if it is, in a certain sense, of finite size.

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towards the right. "Bounded" and "boundary" are distinct concepts; for the latter see boundary (topology). A circle in isolation is a boundaryless bounded set, while the half plane is unbounded yet has a boundary. <span>In mathematical analysis and related areas of mathematics, a set is called bounded, if it is, in a certain sense, of finite size. Conversely, a set which is not bounded is called unbounded. The word bounded makes no sense in a general topological space without a corresponding metric. Contents [hide] 1







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le the half plane is unbounded yet has a boundary. In mathematical analysis and related areas of mathematics, a set is called bounded, if it is, in a certain sense, of finite size. Conversely, a set which is not bounded is called unbounded. <span>The word bounded makes no sense in a general topological space without a corresponding metric. Contents [hide] 1 Definition 2 Metric space 3 Boundedness in topological vector spaces 4 Boundedness in order theory 5 See also 6 References Definition[edit source]




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le the half plane is unbounded yet has a boundary. In mathematical analysis and related areas of mathematics, a set is called bounded, if it is, in a certain sense, of finite size. Conversely, a set which is not bounded is called unbounded. <span>The word bounded makes no sense in a general topological space without a corresponding metric. Contents [hide] 1 Definition 2 Metric space 3 Boundedness in topological vector spaces 4 Boundedness in order theory 5 See also 6 References Definition[edit source]







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w - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words)
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e compiled a list of essential Vim commands that I use every day. I then give a few instructions on how to making Vim as great as it should be, because it’s painful without configuration. ##Cursor movement (Inside command/normal mode) <span>w - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words) W - jump by words (spaces separate words) e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) b - jump backward by words (punctuation c




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e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words)
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w to making Vim as great as it should be, because it’s painful without configuration. ##Cursor movement (Inside command/normal mode) w - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words) W - jump by words (spaces separate words) <span>e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words) B - jump backward by words (no punctuation) 0 - (zero) start of line ^ - first n




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b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words)
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vement (Inside command/normal mode) w - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words) W - jump by words (spaces separate words) e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) <span>b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words) B - jump backward by words (no punctuation) 0 - (zero) start of line ^ - first non-blank character of line (same as 0w) $ - end of line Advanced (in order of what I find useful)




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0 - (zero) start of line
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jump by words (spaces separate words) e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words) B - jump backward by words (no punctuation) <span>0 - (zero) start of line ^ - first non-blank character of line (same as 0w) $ - end of line Advanced (in order of what I find useful) Ctrl+d - move down half a page Ctrl+u - move up half a page } - go




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$ - end of line
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considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words) B - jump backward by words (no punctuation) 0 - (zero) start of line ^ - first non-blank character of line (same as 0w) <span>$ - end of line Advanced (in order of what I find useful) Ctrl+d - move down half a page Ctrl+u - move up half a page } - go forward by paragraph (the next blank line) { - go backward by parag




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f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor
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a page } - go forward by paragraph (the next blank line) { - go backward by paragraph (the next blank line) gg - go to the top of the page G - go the bottom of the page : [num] [enter] - Go To that line in the document Searching <span>f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next




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F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor
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ard by paragraph (the next blank line) gg - go to the top of the page G - go the bottom of the page : [num] [enter] - Go To that line in the document Searching f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor <span>F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor All these commands can be fo




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t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor
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- go the bottom of the page : [num] [enter] - Go To that line in the document Searching f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor <span>t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to




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T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor
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nt Searching f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor <span>T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Tex




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All search commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item
All search commands can be followed , (comma) to go the the previous searched item

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er the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor <span>All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A -




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i - start insert mode at cursor
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nt line before the cursor All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode <span>i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A - append at the end of the line o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return) O -




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a - append after the cursor
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olon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line <span>a - append after the cursor A - append at the end of the line o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return) O - open blank line above current line cc - change (replace) an entire li




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o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return)
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the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A - append at the end of the line <span>o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return) O - open blank line above current line cc - change (replace) an entire line c [movement command] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. ce changes from the c




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c [movement command] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point.
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the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A - append at the end of the line o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return) O - open blank line above current line cc - change (replace) an entire line <span>c [movement command] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. ce changes from the cursor to the end of the cursor word Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit insert mode r [char] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use inse




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r [char] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use insert mode)
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ne above current line cc - change (replace) an entire line c [movement command] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. ce changes from the cursor to the end of the cursor word Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit insert mode <span>r [char] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use insert mode) d - delete d - [movement command] deletes from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. de deletes from the cursor to the end of the current word dd - delete the current line




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d [movement command] - deletes from the cursor to the move-to point.
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he cursor to the move-to point. ex. ce changes from the cursor to the end of the cursor word Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit insert mode r [char] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use insert mode) d - delete <span>d - [movement command] deletes from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. de deletes from the cursor to the end of the current word dd - delete the current line Advanced J - join line below to the current one ##Marking text (visual mod




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Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit visual or insert mode
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Marking text (visual mode) v - starts visual mode From here you can move around as in normal mode (hjkl, etc.) and can then do a command (such as y , d , or c ) V - starts linewise visual mode Ctrl+v - start visual block mode <span>Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit visual mode Advanced O - move to Other corner of block o - move to other end of marked area ##Visual commands Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action y -




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y - yank (copy) marked text
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- start visual block mode Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit visual mode Advanced O - move to Other corner of block o - move to other end of marked area ##Visual commands Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action <span>y - yank (copy) marked text d - delete marked text c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor




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d - delete marked text
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or Ctrl+[ - exit visual mode Advanced O - move to Other corner of block o - move to other end of marked area ##Visual commands Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action y - yank (copy) marked text <span>d - delete marked text c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before




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  • c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above)

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ual mode Advanced O - move to Other corner of block o - move to other end of marked area ##Visual commands Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action y - yank (copy) marked text d - delete marked text <span>c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before cursor dd - delete (cut) a line x - delete (cut) current character X




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p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor
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ds Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action y - yank (copy) marked text d - delete marked text c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line <span>p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before cursor dd - delete (cut) a line x - delete (cut) current character X - delete previous character (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file,




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x - delete (cut) current character
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d - delete marked text c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before cursor dd - delete (cut) a line <span>x - delete (cut) current character X - delete previous character (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! -




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  • X - delete previous character (like backspace)

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the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before cursor dd - delete (cut) a line x - delete (cut) current character <span>X - delete previous character (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace




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/pattern - search for pattern
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racter X - delete previous character (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace <span>/pattern - search for pattern ?pattern - search backward for pattern n - repeat search in same direction N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is be




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?pattern - search backward for pattern
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racter (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace /pattern - search for pattern <span>?pattern - search backward for pattern n - repeat search in same direction N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is better though) :%s/old/new/gc - replace a




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n - repeat search in same direction
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w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace /pattern - search for pattern ?pattern - search backward for pattern <span>n - repeat search in same direction N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is better though) :%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with




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N - repeat search in opposite direction
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exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace /pattern - search for pattern ?pattern - search backward for pattern n - repeat search in same direction <span>N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is better though) :%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations ##Working with multiple




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  • :%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations

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rch/Replace /pattern - search for pattern ?pattern - search backward for pattern n - repeat search in same direction N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is better though) <span>:%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations ##Working with multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split window




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ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally
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ace all old with new throughout file with confirmations ##Working with multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split windows <span>ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set




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ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically
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ith confirmations ##Working with multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally <span>ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A cap




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ctrl+ww - switch between windows
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multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically <span>ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark




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:vsp - vertically split windows
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er though) :%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations ##Working with multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced <span>:vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated




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​​​​​​​ctrl+wq - Quit a window

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it a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows <span>ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between fi




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m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position
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:vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. <span>m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location




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A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files
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Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position <span>A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command




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‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set
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ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files <span>‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For e




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`’ - go back to the previous jump location

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allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set <span>‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For example, typeing :w for every file save is




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u - undo
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a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General <span>u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For example, typeing :w for every file save is awkward and copying and p




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Ctrl+r - redo
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t mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo <span>Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For example, typeing :w for every file save is awkward and copying and pasting to the s




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  • . - repeat last command

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cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo <span>. - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For example, typeing :w for every file save is awkward and copying and pasting to the system clipboard does not




Flashcard 1804532845836

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[...] - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words)
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w

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w - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words)

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e compiled a list of essential Vim commands that I use every day. I then give a few instructions on how to making Vim as great as it should be, because it’s painful without configuration. ##Cursor movement (Inside command/normal mode) <span>w - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words) W - jump by words (spaces separate words) e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) b - jump backward by words (punctuation c







Flashcard 1804534418700

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[...] - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words)
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e

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w to making Vim as great as it should be, because it’s painful without configuration. ##Cursor movement (Inside command/normal mode) w - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words) W - jump by words (spaces separate words) <span>e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words) B - jump backward by words (no punctuation) 0 - (zero) start of line ^ - first n







Flashcard 1804535991564

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[...] - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words)
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b

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b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words)

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vement (Inside command/normal mode) w - jump by start of words (punctuation considered words) W - jump by words (spaces separate words) e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) <span>b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words) B - jump backward by words (no punctuation) 0 - (zero) start of line ^ - first non-blank character of line (same as 0w) $ - end of line Advanced (in order of what I find useful)







Flashcard 1804537564428

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[...] - (zero) start of line
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0

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jump by words (spaces separate words) e - jump to end of words (punctuation considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words) B - jump backward by words (no punctuation) <span>0 - (zero) start of line ^ - first non-blank character of line (same as 0w) $ - end of line Advanced (in order of what I find useful) Ctrl+d - move down half a page Ctrl+u - move up half a page } - go







Flashcard 1804539137292

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[...] - end of line
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$

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$ - end of line

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considered words) E - jump to end of words (no punctuation) b - jump backward by words (punctuation considered words) B - jump backward by words (no punctuation) 0 - (zero) start of line ^ - first non-blank character of line (same as 0w) <span>$ - end of line Advanced (in order of what I find useful) Ctrl+d - move down half a page Ctrl+u - move up half a page } - go forward by paragraph (the next blank line) { - go backward by parag







Flashcard 1804540710156

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[...] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor
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f [char]

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a page } - go forward by paragraph (the next blank line) { - go backward by paragraph (the next blank line) gg - go to the top of the page G - go the bottom of the page : [num] [enter] - Go To that line in the document Searching <span>f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next







Flashcard 1804542283020

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[...] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor
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F [char]

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ard by paragraph (the next blank line) gg - go to the top of the page G - go the bottom of the page : [num] [enter] - Go To that line in the document Searching f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor <span>F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor All these commands can be fo







Flashcard 1804543855884

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[...] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor
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t [char]

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- go the bottom of the page : [num] [enter] - Go To that line in the document Searching f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor <span>t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to







Flashcard 1804545428748

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[...] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor
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T [char]

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nt Searching f [char] - Move to the next char on the current line after the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor <span>T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Tex







Flashcard 1804547788044

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[...] - start insert mode at cursor
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i

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nt line before the cursor All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode <span>i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A - append at the end of the line o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return) O -







Flashcard 1804549360908

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[...] - append after the cursor
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a

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olon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line <span>a - append after the cursor A - append at the end of the line o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return) O - open blank line above current line cc - change (replace) an entire li







Flashcard 1804550933772

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[...] - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return)
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o

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o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return)

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the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A - append at the end of the line <span>o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return) O - open blank line above current line cc - change (replace) an entire line c [movement command] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. ce changes from the c







Flashcard 1804552506636

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[...] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point.
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c [movement command]

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c [movement command] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point.

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the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A - append at the end of the line o - open (append) blank line below current line (no need to press return) O - open blank line above current line cc - change (replace) an entire line <span>c [movement command] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. ce changes from the cursor to the end of the cursor word Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit insert mode r [char] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use inse







Flashcard 1804554079500

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[...] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use insert mode)
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r [char]

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r [char] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use insert mode)

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ne above current line cc - change (replace) an entire line c [movement command] - change (replace) from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. ce changes from the cursor to the end of the cursor word Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit insert mode <span>r [char] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use insert mode) d - delete d - [movement command] deletes from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. de deletes from the cursor to the end of the current word dd - delete the current line







Flashcard 1804556438796

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[...] - deletes from the cursor to the move-to point.
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d [movement command]

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d [movement command] - deletes from the cursor to the move-to point.

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he cursor to the move-to point. ex. ce changes from the cursor to the end of the cursor word Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit insert mode r [char] - replace a single character with the specified char (does not use insert mode) d - delete <span>d - [movement command] deletes from the cursor to the move-to point. ex. de deletes from the cursor to the end of the current word dd - delete the current line Advanced J - join line below to the current one ##Marking text (visual mod







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All search commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item
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All search commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item All search commands can be followed , (comma) to go the the previous searched item

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A Great Vim Cheat Sheet
er the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor <span>All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A -




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All search commands can be followed , (comma) to go the the previous searched item

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All search commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item All search commands can be followed , (comma) to go the the previous searched item

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A Great Vim Cheat Sheet
er the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor <span>All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A -




Flashcard 1804562730252

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All find commands (character search) can be followed by [...] to go to the next searched item
Answer
; (semicolon)

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All search commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item

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A Great Vim Cheat Sheet
er the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor <span>All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A -







Flashcard 1804564303116

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All find commands (search for character) can be followed [...] to go the the previous searched item

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, (comma)

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All search commands can be followed , (comma) to go the the previous searched item

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er the cursor F [char] - Move to the next char on the current line before the cursor t [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line after the cursor T [char] - Move to before the next char on the current line before the cursor <span>All these commands can be followed by ; (semicolon) to go to the next searched item, and , (comma) to go the the previous searched item ##Insert/Appending/Editing Text Results in insert mode i - start insert mode at cursor I - insert at the beginning of the line a - append after the cursor A -







Flashcard 1804565875980

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[...] - exit visual or insert mode
Answer
Esc or Ctrl+[

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Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit visual or insert mode

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Marking text (visual mode) v - starts visual mode From here you can move around as in normal mode (hjkl, etc.) and can then do a command (such as y , d , or c ) V - starts linewise visual mode Ctrl+v - start visual block mode <span>Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit visual mode Advanced O - move to Other corner of block o - move to other end of marked area ##Visual commands Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action y -







Flashcard 1804567448844

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[...] - yank (copy) marked text
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y

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y - yank (copy) marked text

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- start visual block mode Esc or Ctrl+[ - exit visual mode Advanced O - move to Other corner of block o - move to other end of marked area ##Visual commands Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action <span>y - yank (copy) marked text d - delete marked text c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor







Flashcard 1804569021708

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[...] - delete marked text
Answer
d

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d - delete marked text

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or Ctrl+[ - exit visual mode Advanced O - move to Other corner of block o - move to other end of marked area ##Visual commands Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action y - yank (copy) marked text <span>d - delete marked text c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before







Flashcard 1804570594572

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[...] - delete the marked text and go into insert mode
Answer
c

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c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above)

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ual mode Advanced O - move to Other corner of block o - move to other end of marked area ##Visual commands Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action y - yank (copy) marked text d - delete marked text <span>c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before cursor dd - delete (cut) a line x - delete (cut) current character X







Flashcard 1804572953868

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[...] - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor
Answer
p

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p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor

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ds Type any of these while some text is selected to apply the action y - yank (copy) marked text d - delete marked text c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line <span>p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before cursor dd - delete (cut) a line x - delete (cut) current character X - delete previous character (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file,







Flashcard 1804574526732

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[...] - delete (cut) current character
Answer
x

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d - delete marked text c - delete the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before cursor dd - delete (cut) a line <span>x - delete (cut) current character X - delete previous character (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! -







Flashcard 1804576099596

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  • [...] - delete previous character (like backspace)

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X

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X - delete previous character (like backspace)

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the marked text and go into insert mode (like c does above) ##Cut and Paste yy - yank (copy) a line p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor P - put (paste) before cursor dd - delete (cut) a line x - delete (cut) current character <span>X - delete previous character (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace







Flashcard 1804577672460

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[...] - search for pattern
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/pattern

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racter X - delete previous character (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace <span>/pattern - search for pattern ?pattern - search backward for pattern n - repeat search in same direction N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is be







Flashcard 1804579245324

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[...] - search backward for pattern
Answer
?pattern

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racter (like backspace) ##Exiting :w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace /pattern - search for pattern <span>?pattern - search backward for pattern n - repeat search in same direction N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is better though) :%s/old/new/gc - replace a







Flashcard 1804582915340

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[...] repeat search in same direction
Answer
n -

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w - write (save) the file, but don’t exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace /pattern - search for pattern ?pattern - search backward for pattern <span>n - repeat search in same direction N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is better though) :%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with







Flashcard 1804584488204

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[...] repeat search in opposite direction
Answer
N -

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exit :wq - write (save) and quit :q - quit (fails if anything has changed) :q! - quit and throw away changes ##Search/Replace /pattern - search for pattern ?pattern - search backward for pattern n - repeat search in same direction <span>N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is better though) :%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations ##Working with multiple







Flashcard 1804586061068

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  • [...] - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations

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:%s/old/new/gc

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rch/Replace /pattern - search for pattern ?pattern - search backward for pattern n - repeat search in same direction N - repeat search in opposite direction :%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file (gn is better though) <span>:%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations ##Working with multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split window







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[...] - vertically split windows
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:vsp

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er though) :%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations ##Working with multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced <span>:vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated







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[... command line ...] - Split windows horizontally
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:sp

or ctrl+ws

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ace all old with new throughout file with confirmations ##Working with multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split windows <span>ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set







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[...] - Split windows vertically
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ctrl+wv

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ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically

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ith confirmations ##Working with multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally <span>ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A cap







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[...] - switch between windows
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ctrl+ww

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multiple files :e filename - Edit a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically <span>ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark







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[...] - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position
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m{a-z}

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:vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. <span>m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location







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A capital mark {A-Z} sets a [...] and will work between files
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global mark

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Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position <span>A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command







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`{a-z} - move the cursor to the mark
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ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files <span>‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For e




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[...] - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set
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‘{a-z}

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ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files <span>‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For e







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[...] - undo
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u

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a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General <span>u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For example, typeing :w for every file save is awkward and copying and p







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[...] - redo
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Ctrl+r

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t mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo <span>Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For example, typeing :w for every file save is awkward and copying and pasting to the s







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  • [...] - repeat last command

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.

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cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo <span>. - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For example, typeing :w for every file save is awkward and copying and pasting to the system clipboard does not







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[...] - go back to the previous jump location

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`’

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allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files ‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set <span>‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For example, typeing :w for every file save is







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[...] - move the cursor to the mark
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`{a-z}

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ww - switch between windows ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between files <span>‘{a-z} - move the cursor to the start of the line where the mark was set ‘’ - go back to the previous jump location ##General u - undo Ctrl+r - redo . - repeat last command #Making Vim actually useful Vim is quite unpleasant out of the box. For e







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[...] - Quit a window

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​​​​​​​ctrl+wq

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it a file :tabe - Make a new tab gt - Go to the next tab gT - Go to the previous tab Advanced :vsp - vertically split windows ctrl+ws - Split windows horizontally ctrl+wv - Split windows vertically ctrl+ww - switch between windows <span>ctrl+wq - Quit a window ##Marks Marks allow you to jump to designated points in your code. m{a-z} - Set mark {a-z} at cursor position A capital mark {A-Z} sets a global mark and will work between fi







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items should be encoded with a view towards [...] with other concepts
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future integration

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Failing to see the big picture - SuperMemopedia
I also find that even though I primarily use Q/A elements (as opposed to incremental reading) that over time I am building up a different way of thinking that incorporates many of the concepts I have in the system. Experience is showing that <span>items should be encoded with a view towards future integration mentally with other concepts. In software engineering and math this is called *orthogonality* -- basically it means you can take two independent things and combine them in useful and meaningful ways. By repetitive







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The most important rule of supermemo was regularity
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xplained the basic principles of the SuperMemo method: All knowledge has to be reviewed (otherwise it is forgotten). SuperMemo allows efficient reviews, because it can compute when and what pieces of knowledge should be reviewed. <span>I learned the rules of working with SuperMemo. The most important one was regularity — you had to run the program every day or almost every day. The help file even described what sort of lifestyle helps you to learn effectively (lots of sleep, sports, and no smoking).




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The most important rule of supermemo was [...]
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regularity

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Me and SuperMemo | Antimoon
xplained the basic principles of the SuperMemo method: All knowledge has to be reviewed (otherwise it is forgotten). SuperMemo allows efficient reviews, because it can compute when and what pieces of knowledge should be reviewed. <span>I learned the rules of working with SuperMemo. The most important one was regularity — you had to run the program every day or almost every day. The help file even described what sort of lifestyle helps you to learn effectively (lots of sleep, sports, and no smoking).