VI Editor Syntax Highlighting with VIM on RHEL / CentOS / Fedora

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4 Responses

  1. hh says:

    i use centos use follow this but not working

  2. David Sehguh says:

    :set syntax! will toggle the highlighting on and off.

    :set syntax? will let you know if syntax highlighting is off or on.

  3. David Sehguh says:

    vi is a symbolic link to vim if you have vim installed.

  4. David Hughes says:

    Can’t you just type ‘vim’? I realise it’s an extra letter, and everything, but…

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