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5 Responses

  1. Philippe Moisan says:


    May I suggest you also talk about the “less” command. I myself use very often, to go up and down in a file, and with search options too. It also has the g and G options to go directly to beginning or end of file.

    Also, you might mention the “view” command, the read-only version of vi, which can be very useful to look at a file with all the vi search options, without risk, since you can’t edit it.

    Thanks for a great series of articles.

    Philippe Moisan

  2. silambarasan says:

    thanks, bro!

  3. sameer says:

    Thanks. It was very useful

  4. kiran varma says:

    Thank you Avinash really liked it.

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