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Questions having to do with the range modifier in ex (command-line) commands.
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Full path fuzzy file, buffer, mru, tag, ... finder for Vim
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Questions about how Vim records the commands issues by the user and how to customize this behavior.
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Automatically generating text with Vim, using patterns like incrementing numbers, etc.
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Questions about vim-plug: a minimalist plugin manager.
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Questions about the plugin manager Vundle.
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for questions about exiting vim.
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Questions about the manipulation of the jump list. The jump list remembers the previous jumps and allows the user to navigate in the buffer to the location of the previous modifications.
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The program that will be run when the `:make` command is executed.
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an advanced version of the standard Unix editor ed. It is the direct predecessor of vi.
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Questions about the history of Vi. DO NOT use this for command history.
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The clientserver feature allows Vim to accept & execute commands from another process.
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Question about text object motions
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Questions about the usage of snippets within Vim.
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a plugin by tpope to ease quoting and parenthesizing
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Question about the usage of Vim in a cygwin environment.
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for questions about creating your own operator within vim.
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specific to the original vi written by Bill Joy in the '70's for 1BSD, which was open sourced in 2002. It is sometimes also called "traditional vi" or "2BSD vi".
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questions regarding finding and opening (loading) files
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Vim command for sorting a set of lines.