Navigating a document
category applies to 3 screencasts and 1 article:
Moving your Vim cursor around using the arrow keys is a bad habit, and like many bad habits it’s a difficult one to break!Continue reading
When writing code, we can often save time by duplicating a line then changing one or two parts of that line to make it suit our purposes. In this episode, we’ll compare a few techniques for duplicating lines, and we’ll see that the
:copy Ex command is well suited to this task.
Vim’s folding feature enables us to expand and collapse regions of a document. Not only does this allow us to organize our workspace, it also makes it easy to navigate around the document, and to rearrange entire sections as though they were single lines.Watch screencast
This episode introduces the changelist and jumplist, demonstrating a couple of situations where they are useful.Watch screencast