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I know that normal mode and command mode is same thing but tells different.

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I found this in http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Mapping_keys_in_Vim_-Tutorial(Part_1)

  • Based on you last two question I strongly suggest that you read this question. The built-in documentation of vim is one of the best documentation systems I know and knowing how to use it will definitely save you some time. – statox Feb 12 '18 at 9:27
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command mode and command-line mode must not be confused. command-line mode is also called ex-mode. You are in command-line mode when you press : or Q

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    @black.swordsman your added text isn't really appropriate for an edit as it seems you've just pasted in a bunch of text from Vim help. This answer's author probably doesn't want that. And actually pasting in chunks of documentation doesn't work as a separate, standalone answer either. If you want to create a new answer containing a link to that help section along with a summary of things in your own words then that's a better choice. Thanks for participating. – B Layer Jun 25 at 9:31

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