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If you exit `vim` and later start it again, you would normally lose a lot of information. The `viminfo` file can be used to remember that information, which enables you to continue where you left off…
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Vim reads initialization commands from a file called vimrc on startup. This can be used to set settings, define functions, execute autocommands, and more.
A scripting language embedded into Vim. It can be used to customize Vim to suit your needs and to create plugins. Also called VimL.
Lua programming interface to Vim. DO NOT use for questions with Lua examples or about syntax highlighting in Lua.
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For questions about The Python interface to Vim; DO NOT use for questions with Python examples or about syntax highlighting in Python.
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A Vim window is a view of a buffer. A tab page comprises one or more windows. For questions about interaction with the Microsoft operating system, use [microsoft-windows]. For questions about interact…
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Questions about the usage of the option `'virtualedit'`. Virtual editing means that the cursor can be positioned where there is no actual character. This can be halfway into a tab or beyond the e…
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Visual block mode enables users to copy and paste rectangular text. This mode is useful whenever a particular text is pasted to be pasted in every part of a rectangular text.
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Visual mode is a flexible and easy way to select a piece of text for an operator.
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Questions reporting to the Eclipse vrapper plugin that emulates Vim in Eclipse
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Questions about VS Code, in particular the Vim and NeoVim extensions for VS Code
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Question about how Vim handles non printable characters.
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Questions about interaction with the desktop windowing environment. For questions about windows for viewing buffers within Vim, use [vim-windows].
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Questions about editing prose (sentences and paragraphs)
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Vim is able to wrap lines when they are longer than the width of the window or than a user-defined width. Questions about how to customize this behavior.
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WSL is the Windows Subsystem for Linux; a compatibility layer which allows running Linux binaries in Microsoft Windows
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The X Window System (often just called X11) provides graphics on Unix-like systems.
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`xxd` is an external program that ships with Vim for converting text files and binary files.
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