The "problem" with
2F( is the
2: you need to count, which is easy in some case, but can be troublesome most of the time.
I see several brainless ways of doing what you intend:
the percent sign jumps to the symbol that matches the one under the
cursor (e.g. closing/opening parenthesis), or the first closing
symbol after your cursor. Use
h to go a level inner and get
closer to your search
As pointed by DBK's comment, same idea as above, if you know the name of the function
jump to the next
), then use
; to repeat.
, goes backwards.
Using a unique sequence in search is a fast way to jump anywhere in a file
B jumps to the end of the previous
WORD (i.e., sequence of characters delimited by white spaces), that fits your example perfectly.
Same as above, but jumping forwards by
WORD instead of backwards.
Always try to get as close as you can and avoid using
l, but don't force yourself not to use them.
l are perfectly OK when you're right next to the character you're aiming at.