I'm in an on and off relationship with . I really love the editor, but at the end of the day, I end up with . But learning the basics of Vim :vim: can be beneficial to anybody:

In the 2. part Matthieu Cneude explains more concepts, some of them making Vim truly special compared to other editors.

The 3. part will help you unleash a power never seen on earth using the almighty Vim:

@datenteiler My suggestion is to try the editor and modify the keybindings to your liking, possibly taking some over from the default keybindings in .
Micro's like with advanced features:
Has been my go-to editor for about two years now

@datenteiler I use vim to delete conflicting keys from .SSH/known_hosts - open file at a given line, delete line, exit.

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