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Vim text editor from the terminal

I don't fully understand the question, but you can use the following to do anything you want (ex cmd) on a file and exit. vimdo() { vim $2 --not-a-term -c "$1" -es +"w >> /dev/...
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Paste and enter insert mode at the beginning of line, terminal bash Lunarvim

In Terminal mode Vim let the terminal manage the way input are managed. That is why hitting I merely switch from Normal mode to Terminal mode moves the cursor at the end of the line. You could add the ...
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