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Create:  2017-02-11 Update:  2017-02-11 Views:  192 Tags:  vim manual,vim manual reading, vim manual interpretation

Tips:
These series of articles are about vim8.0 doc. I will point out some important and useful point for you. The doc files are in the vim root directory of "/doc/user_*.txt"

Week 1

usr_toc.txt (1 ~ 355 Line)

Description:
This document is an overview of all the user-manual, and it lists all the subdirectories. If you want to know more, please checkout the file by yourself.

Getting Started (Read this from start to end to learn the essential commands)

usr_01.txt   # About the manuals 
usr_02.txt   # The first steps in vim
usr_03.txt   # Moving around
usr_04.txt   # Making small changes
usr_05.txt   # Set you settings
usr_06.txt   # Using syntax highlighting
usr_07.txt   # Editing more than one file
usr_08.txt   # Splitting windows
usr_09.txt   # Using the GUI
usr_10.txt   # Making big changes
usr_11.txt   # Recovering from a crash
usr_12.txt   # Clever tricks

Editing Effectively (Subjects that can be read independently)

usr_20.txt   # Typing command-line commands quickly 
usr_21.txt   # Go awasy and come back
usr_22.txt   # Finding the file to edit
usr_23.txt   # Editing other files
usr_24.txt   # Inserting quickly
usr_25.txt   # Editing formatted text
usr_26.txt   # Repeating
usr_27.txt   # Search commands and patterns
usr_28.txt   # Folding
usr_29.txt   # Moving through programs
usr_30.txt   # Editing programs
usr_31.txt   # Exploiting the GUI
usr_32.txt   # The undo tree

Tunning Vim (Make Vim work as you like it)

usr_40.txt   # Make new commands
usr_41.txt   # Write a Vim script 
usr_42.txt   # Add new menus
usr_43.txt   # Using filetypes
usr_44.txt   # Your own syntax hightlighted
usr_45.txt   # Select your language

vim Install (Makeing Vim run)

usr_90.txt   # Installing Vim
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