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Vim advanced commands

Useful commands to master vim


All delete commands which are run with d, may use instead c. This will do the same delete operation, but will open directly on insert mode afterwards.


Type :help change.txt

Redirect input into a Vim buffer

cat input | vim - This, ran from bash, outputs the result of a command or a file into a vim buffer, where we can do whatever with it, without modifying the original source.

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