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I would like to pass from one buffer to another as in this website. Could anyone have an idea how to do such thing? I fact, to open a new window, I use vnew, and to change the buffer I use either :bn, :bp or :b <file>.

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    Stop bumping your posts. – muru Mar 12 '17 at 3:14
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If you are looking for a quick shortcut to change buffers, checkout vim-unimpaired, which provides a mapping to change buffers using [b and ]b along with many other similarly handy and intuitive mappings.

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