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Index: V

vi
entering : (see opening a file or vi commands)
invoking on multiple files : 5.5.1. Invoking vi on Multiple Files one
vi commands
@-functions : 7.3.9. @-Functions
abbreviated words : 7.3.1. Word Abbreviation
append text (a)
2.3. Simple Edits
2.3.2. Appending Text
append text to end of line (A) : 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
case sensitivity of : 1. The vi Text Editor
change character (r) : 2.3.3.3. Characters other
change lines (cc)
2.3.3.2. Lines
2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
change text (c)
1. The vi Text Editor
2.3. Simple Edits
2.3.3. Changing Text
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
4.1. More Command Combinations
change text to end of line (C) : 2.3.3.2. Lines
change words (cw)
2.3.3. Changing Text
2.3.3.1. Words
combine edits and movement : 4.1. More Command Combinations
command mode : 2.1. vi Commands
copy (yank and put) text : 4.3.2. Yanking to Named Buffers
copy (yank) text (y)
1. The vi Text Editor
2.3. Simple Edits
2.3.7. Copying Text
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
4.1. More Command Combinations
copy text : 2.3. Simple Edits
copy text (yank and put)
2.3.7. Copying Text
4.3.2. Yanking to Named Buffers
delete character (x) : 2.3.5.3. Characters
delete line (dd) : 2.3.5.2. Lines
delete text (d)
2.3. Simple Edits
2.3.5. Deleting Text Chapter
2.3.7. Copying Text
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
4.1. More Command Combinations
delete to end of line (D) : 2.3.5.2. Lines
delete up to pattern (d/pattern) : 3.3.2. Current Line Searches
delete word (dw) : 2.3.5.1. Words
display current line number (^G)
3.4. Movement by Line Number
3.4.1. The G (Go To) Command if
filter text through UNIX command : 7.2.1. Filtering Text Through a Command
general form : 2.3.3.1. Words
insert mode : 2.1. vi Commands
insert text (i)
1. The vi Text Editor
2.1. vi Commands
2.3. Simple Edits
2.3.1. Inserting New Text
insert text at beginning of line (I) : 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
join lines (J) : 2.5. Joining Two Lines with J
mapped to function keys : 7.3.7. Mapping Function Keys
mapping : 7.3.2. Using the map Command
mark a place in file (m) : 4.4. Marking Your Place
move cursor by character
2.2.1. Single Movements
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
move cursor by line
3.1.5. Movement by Line
3.1.5.1. Movement on the Current Line
move cursor by screen : 3.1. Movement by Screens
move cursor by text block : 3.2. Movement by Text Blocks
move cursor by word
2.2.4. Movement by Text Blocks
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
move cursor to line number n (nG)
3.4. Movement by Line Number
3.4.1. The G (Go To) Command if
move cursor within a line
2.2.3. Movement Within a Line
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
move cursor within a screen : 3.1.4. Movement Within a Screen
move text : 2.3. Simple Edits
move text (delete and put)
2.3.6. Moving Text
2.3.6.1. Transposing Two Letters
2.3.7. Copying Text
numeric arguments with
edit commands : 2.3.3.1. Words
insert commands : 2.4.1. Numeric Arguments for Insert Commands
movement commands : 2.2.2. Numeric Arguments
open a file (vi)
1.1. Opening and Closing Files
1.1.1. Opening a File
1.1.2. Problems Opening Files
open file : 4.2.1. Advancing to a Specific Place
at a specific place : 4.2.1. Advancing to a Specific Place
in read-only mode : 4.2.2. Read-only Mode
open line for text (O, o) : 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
put text (p)
2.3. Simple Edits
2.3.5.4. Problems with Deletions
2.3.6. Moving Text
2.3.6.1. Transposing Two Letters
2.3.7. Copying Text
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
4.3.2. Yanking to Named Buffers
put text before cursor (P)
2.3.6. Moving Text
2.3.7. Copying Text
4.3.2. Yanking to Named Buffers
quick reference to : A. Quick Reference
quit and save edits (ZZ)
1.1.3. Saving and Quitting a File
1.2. Quitting Without Saving Edits
1.2.1. Problems Saving Files
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
recover buffers after system crash : 4.2.3. Recovering a Buffer
recover deletions with u : 2.3.5.4. Problems with Deletions
recover numbered buffers (deletions)
2.3.5.4. Problems with Deletions
4.3.1. Recovering Deletions
repeat last command (.)
2.3.8. Repeating or Undoing Your Last Command
2.3.8.1. Repeat
6.1. Confirming Substitutions
repeat search (n, N)
3.3.1. Repeating Searches
6.1. Confirming Substitutions
replace character (r) : 2.3.3.3. Characters other
replace characters (R) : 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
save : 7.3. Saving Commands
save in buffer : 7.3.9. @-Functions
scroll screen with cursor stationary (z) : 3.1.2. Repositioning the Screen with z
search backward for pattern (?) : 3.3.1. Repeating Searches
search for pattern (/) : 3.3. Movement by Searches
search within current line : 3.3.2. Current Line Searches
stop inserting text (ESC) : 2.1. vi Commands
substitute character (s) : 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
substitute line (S) : 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
summary of : 2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
transpose characters (xp) : 2.3.6.1. Transposing Two Letters
undo all edits to line (U) : 2.3.8.2. Undo
undo last (u) : 6.1. Confirming Substitutions
undo last edit (u)
2.3.5.4. Problems with Deletions
2.3.8. Repeating or Undoing Your Last Command
2.3.8.2. Undo
yank
text (y)
2.3. Simple Edits
2.3.7. Copying Text
2.6. Review of Basic vi Commands
4.1. More Command Combinations
text between files : 5.5.3. Edits Between Files
to named buffers
4.3. Making Use of Buffers
4.3.2. Yanking to Named Buffers
vi editor
alternate environments (.exrc file)
7.1. Customizing vi
7.1.2. The .exrc File
alternate environments (EXINIT variable) : 7.1. Customizing vi
customizing
7.1. Customizing vi
(see also ex commands, :set)
execute UNIX commands from : 7.2. Executing UNIX Commands
introduction to : 1. The vi Text Editor


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