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change a line (not S)
cc
put current line at top of screen
z <enter>
repeat previous substitution
:&
insert characters instead of tabs
:set expandtab
delete everything until end of current line without d$
D
return to the character marked a
`a
join lines 12 thru 24, leaving a space between each line.
:12,24j<br>(9/11/2010: but I thought J joined leaving a space ...?)<br>9/20/2010: yes, J is the normal mode command, :j is the colon command (they are the same)
search forward for word under cursor partial match
g*
change from current cursor position to the end-of-line (not $)
C
joins the next line to the current line (inserts a space between the two) - normal mode command
J
substitute the current character and go into insert mode. Same as "rxi <ESC>"
s
jump to next section
]
return to previous character
`` (double backtick)
change from here to end of word to uppercase
vEU
search backward for word under the cursor
#
return to previous line
'' [two single quotes]
switch lower and upper cases
~
setting to show matching brace or parenthesis while inserting
:se sm
shift all lines until a matching brace or parenthesis
>%
send output of command to the last line of screen
!L
find the character z in the line backward
Fz
change a word - from current cursor position to the end of the word
cw
insert 20 dashes at beginning of line
20I - esc [twenty capital i dash esc]
stop highlighting the word that was searched for
:noh
overwrite until <esc>
R
go into insert mode at beginning of line
I (capital i)
yank current line into buffer a
"ayy
search forward for 'word' put at middle of screen
/word?z.
send output of command from here to end-of-line
!$
shift (indent) to the end of the paragraph
>}
yank from here to 'word'
y/word
take next three lines, and append them to the end of buffer a ???
"A3Y ???
yank current character
y1
joins the next line to the current line (without a space)
gJ
recognize bash filetype
set filetype=sh
put current line at bottom of screen
z-
delete from current cursor position to beginning of line
d^
global replace 'old' with 'new' on all lines
:%s/old/new/g
yank n characters
yn
search backward for word under cursor partial match
g#
search forward for word under cursor
*
run the contents of buffer z
@z
shift to the line marked m:
>'m
substitute the current line: erase it, and go into insert mode, starting at the indentation of the line. Same as "cc"
S
put current line at middle of screen
z.
move cursor forward a word ignoring punctuation
W
move cursor backward a word, ignoring punctuation
B
paste the contents of "a" below current line.
"ap
find the second occurance of 'a' in the line, forward
2fa
replace next four characters with "x"
4rx
change from here to end of word to lowercase
vEu
yank the current word
yw
yank to end of line
y$
yank to end of sentence
y)
yank from current line to mark x
y'x
yank from here to mark m and place into buffer a.
"ay'm
paste to the right of cursor
p
paste to the left of cursor
P
delete three words
d3w
delete until the word 'word'
d/word
start appending to the end of current line
A
find a character 'a' in the line forward
fa
return to the line marked a
'a
replace first occurance of 'old' with 'new' on current line
:s/old/new/
global search replace 'old' 'new' current line
:s/old/new/g
where in help to search for vim scripting stuff?
:help vim-script-intro
[NORMAL MODE COMMAND] go to first non blank character of current line
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