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2021-01-05

Vim Creep

This is for my geeky friends, the only kind who will understand.

I found this here.

I’ll long remember (I no longer say, I’ll never forget.”) visiting Peter Reintjes in Apex, NC, with a couple of more advanced CS students from UNC. One of them, Mike Peek (sp?), showed me some tricks with vi (the predecessor of vim). I couldn’t believe my eyes when he showed me what a period could do in vi! I consider that the most useful command of all.

I use vim to write almost everything in markdown. This post, however, is written in nvUltra’s editor.


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