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Index: E

:e (edit file) command (ex) : 5.5.3. Calling in New Files
:e! command
1.2. Quitting Without Saving Edits
5.5.3. Calling in New Files
e (move cursor) command : 3.2. Movement by Text Blocks
E (move cursor) command : 3.2. Movement by Text Blocks
\e metacharacter
6.3.3. Metacharacters Used in Replacement Strings
11.7. Extended Regular Expressions
\E metacharacter : 6.3.3. Metacharacters Used in Replacement Strings
echoing of commands : 1. The vi Text Editor
ed text editor : 1. The vi Text Editor
edcompatible option : 6.3.4. More Substitution Tricks
:Edit command (nvi) : 9.5. Multiwindow Editing
:edit-file command (vile) : 12.5. Multiwindow Editing
edit-compile speedup : 8.7.1. Edit-Compile Speedup
elvis editor : 10.9.1. Edit-Compile Speedup
vile editor : 12.9.1. Edit-Compile Speedup
vim editor : 11.9.1. Edit-Compile Speedup
editing : 2. Simple Editing
clone improvements over vi
8.6. Improved Facilities
9.8. Improvements for Editing
10.8. Improved Editing Facilities
11.8. Improved Editing Facilities
12.8. Improved Editing Facilities
commands for (quick reference) : A. Quick Reference
customizing editing environment : 7.1. Customizing vi
ex commands on command line : 8.6.1. Command-Line History and Completion
elvis editor : 10.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
nvi editor : 9.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
vile editor : 12.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
vim editor : 11.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
ex editor for : 5.2. Editing with ex
lists of files : 7.3.5. More Examples of Mapping Keys
multiple files : 5.5. Editing Multiple Files
read-only mode : 4.2.2. Read-only Mode
recovering the buffer : 4.2.3. Recovering a Buffer
replacing text : (see replacing text)
source code, advice for : 7.5. Editing Program Source Code
indentation control : 7.5.1. Indentation Control
matching brackets : 7.5.2. A Special Search Command
using tags
7.5.3. Using Tags
8.5. Enhanced Tags
using multiple windows : 8.2. Multiwindow Editing
elvis editor : 10.5. Multiwindow Editing
nvi editor : 9.5. Multiwindow Editing
vile editor : 12.5. Multiwindow Editing
vim editor : 11.5. Multiwindow Editing
vile editing model : 12.10.1. The vile Editing Model
elvis (vi clone)
9.1. Author and History
10. elvis
confirming replacements : 6.1. Confirming Substitutions
documentation and online help : 10.3. Online Help and Other Documentation
extended regular expressions : 10.7. Extended Regular Expressions
extension languages : 8.1. And These Are My Brothers, Darrell, Darrell, and Darrell
feature summary : 8.8. Editor Comparison Summary
future of : 10.11. elvis Futures
GUI interfaces for : 10.6. GUI Interfaces
important command-line arguments : 10.2. Important Command-Line Arguments
improvements over vi : 10.8. Improved Editing Facilities
initialization of : 10.4. Initialization
interesting features : 10.10. Interesting Features
line length : 8.6.2. Arbitrary Length Lines and Binary Data
mode indicators : 8.6.7. Mode Indicators
multiwindow editing : 10.5. Multiwindow Editing
obtaining source code : 10.12. Sources and Supported Operating Systems
print management : 10.10.1. Display Modes
programming assistance : 10.9. Programming Assistance
set command options (list) : C.3. elvis 2.0 Options
sideways scrolling : 8.6.5. Left-Right Scrolling
tag stacks : 10.8.2. Tag Stacks
word abbreviations : 7.3.1. Word Abbreviation
"elvis ex history" buffer : 10.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
elvis.arf file
10.10.1. Display Modes
10.10.2. Pre- and Post-Operation Control Files
elvis.awf file : 10.10.2. Pre- and Post-Operation Control Files
elvis.brf file
10.8.4. Arbitrary Length Lines and Binary Data
10.10.2. Pre- and Post-Operation Control Files
elvis.bwf file : 10.10.2. Pre- and Post-Operation Control Files
elvis.ini script : 10.4.2. Initialization Steps
elvis.msg file
10.4.2. Initialization Steps
10.10. Interesting Features
ELVISPATH environment variable (elvis) : 10.4.2. Initialization Steps
elvispath option (elvis) : 10.4.2. Initialization Steps
emacs text editor : 1. The vi Text Editor
vi editor vs. : E.3. Tastes Great, Less Filling
vile editing model : 12.10.1. The vile Editing Model
END key, mapping : 7.3.8. Mapping Other Special Keys
enum keyword (ctags) : 8.5.2. The New tags Format
epson values (lptype option) : 10.10.1. Display Modes
equal sign (=)
\= metacharacter
10.7. Extended Regular Expressions
11.7. Extended Regular Expressions
:= (identify line) command (ex) : 5.2.2. Defining a Range of Lines
equivalence classes : 6.3.2. POSIX Bracket Expressions
:er, errlist commands (elvis) : 10.9.1. Edit-Compile Speedup
erasing : (see deleting)
error finder, vile : 12.9.1. Edit-Compile Speedup
errorformat option (vim) : 11.9.1. Edit-Compile Speedup
ESC for command mode
1.1.3. Modus Operandi
2.1. vi Commands
/etc/vi.exrc file (nvi) : 9.4. Initialization
:eval command (elvis) : 10.10. Interesting Features
events, executing commands after (vim) : 11.10.3. Autocommands
ex commands
1. The vi Text Editor
5.1. ex Commands
alphabetical list of : B.2. Alphabetical List of Commands
combining : 5.2.7. Combining ex Commands
command quick reference : A. Quick Reference
editing on command line : 8.6.1. Command-Line History and Completion
elvis editor : 10.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
nvi editor : 9.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
vile editor : 12.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
vim editor : 11.8.1. Command-Line History and Completion
executing UNIX commands : 7.2. Executing UNIX Commands
line addresses
5.1. ex Commands
5.2.1. Line Addresses
ranges of lines
5.2.2. Defining a Range of Lines
5.2.5. Redefining the Current Line Position
line addressing
redefining current line : 5.2.5. Redefining the Current Line Position
relative addressing : 5.2.3. Line Addressing Symbols
symbols for : 5.2.3. Line Addressing Symbols
saving and exiting
1.1.4. Saving and Quitting a File
5.3. Saving and Exiting Files
syntax for : B.1. Command Syntax
ex scripts : 7.4. Using ex Scripts
ex text editor
1. The vi Text Editor
5. Introducing the ex Editor
editing with : 5.2. Editing with ex
executing buffers from : 7.3.11. Executing Buffers from ex
filtering text with : 7.2.1.1. Filtering text with ex
invoking on multiple files : 7.4.1. Looping in a Shell Script
using ex commands in vi : 1. The vi Text Editor
exclamation point (!)
ex commands starting with : 1.2.1. Problems Saving Files
mapping keys for insert mode : 7.3.6. Mapping Keys for Insert Mode
overriding save warnings : 5.3. Saving and Exiting Files
for UNIX commands
7.2. Executing UNIX Commands
7.2.1.2. Filtering text with vi
"Executable" message : 1.1.2. Problems Opening Files
executing text from buffers : 7.3.10. @-Functions
EXINIT environment variable : 7.1. Customizing vi
EXINIT environment variable (elvis) : 10.4.2. Initialization Steps
EXINIT environment variable (nvi) : 9.4. Initialization
EXINIT environment variable (vim) : 11.4.1. Initialization for All vim Invocations
"[Existing file]" message : 1.2.1. Problems Saving Files
exiting ex (into vi) : 5.1.2. Problem Checklist
exiting vi
1.1.4. Saving and Quitting a File
5.3. Saving and Exiting Files
commands for (quick reference) : A. Quick Reference
.exrc files
7.1. Customizing vi
7.1.2. The .exrc File
9.4. Initialization
11.4.1. Initialization for All vim Invocations
security concerning (elvis) : 10.10. Interesting Features
exrc option
7.1.3. Alternate Environments
9.4. Initialization
10.4.2. Initialization Steps
extended regular expressions : 8.4. Extended Regular Expressions
elvis editor : 10.7. Extended Regular Expressions
nvi editor : 9.7. Extended Regular Expressions
vile editor : 12.7. Extended Regular Expressions
vim editor : 11.7. Extended Regular Expressions
extended tags file format
8.5. Enhanced Tags
9.8.2. Tag Stacks
10.8.2. Tag Stacks
extension languages : 8.1. And These Are My Brothers, Darrell, Darrell, and Darrell
Exuberant ctags program
8.5. Enhanced Tags
9.8.2. Tag Stacks
10.8.2. Tag Stacks
:exusage command (nvi) : 9.3. Online Help and Other Documentation


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