early Vi cheat sheet probably 1980-ies. still usable in #Vim today!
Thea er blind, men kan nu spille Scrabble med familien: Legoklodser lærer blinde børn at læse http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/regionale/trekanten/thea-er-blind-men-kan-nu-spille-scrabble-med-familien-legoklodser-laerer
Wise Lessons Using #Vim:
2. read the books you bought on it
3. use builtin functions
4. strive for TWD using this tool ;-)
[time to pop a beer]
got a nice function doing the same, uses a key to toggle. also found a few lines to call built-in #vim functions from 'Mastering Vim Quickly' (p. 118)
Why I Still Use #Vim
And no, it’s not because I can’t figure out how to close it.
the only thing is that python3.6 is demanding 25% to 35% CPU and makes my otherwise very silent #FreeBSD box rather noisy...
meanwhile I know and use almost all on the #vim cheat sheet !
that makes working with Vim very comfortable and effective.
just check how much you already have learned
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