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Question about the navigation in a buffer via the marks mechanism and the general usage of marks.
Questions having to do with the range modifier in ex (command-line) commands.
Questions about the usage of the Vim's path variable. this variable lists the directories which will be searched with commands like `gf`, [f, ]f, ^Wf, `:find`, `:sfind`, `:tabfind`
Automatically check for syntax or formatting errors.
For questions pertaining to Time Pope's Git wrapper for Vim.
Questions about how Vim records the commands issues by the user and how to customize this behavior.
Questions about the Vimwiki plugin which allows a personal wiki to be created within vim. The wiki content comes from interlinked text files written in a wiki syntax.
Vim's "count" feature allows you to multiply or iterate a command by passing it an optional number.
Questions about the usage of snippets within Vim.
for questions about exiting vim.
for questions about creating your own operator within vim.
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.
Full path fuzzy file, buffer, mru, tag, ... finder for Vim
Questions about the plugin manager Vundle.
Automatically generating text with Vim, using patterns like incrementing numbers, etc.
surround.vim is a plugin by tpope to ease quoting and parenthesizing
ex is an advanced version of the standard Unix editor ed. It is the direct predecessor of vi.
Question about text object motions
Questions about interaction with the desktop windowing environment. For questions about windows for viewing buffers within Vim, use [vim-windows].
Questions about the history of Vi. DO NOT use this for command history.