[ [READ] Practical Vim ] AUTHOR Drew Neil – latinboyz4play.com
O use and master for either your programming needs or your normal editing purposes then my answer would be Vim Sure you might use other text editors depending on your circumstances whether at home or work but I would recommend making Vim as your primary text editor for your daily use With that out of the way the best way to learn Vim if you are an absolute beginner is by typing vimtutor on the command line and going through the Vim tutorial until you ve mastered its contents thoroughly It really is important that you master the very basic Vim commands before moving on to advanced stuff Get to know and grok Vim s powerful modal interface even though in the beginning it will seem weird and cumbersome to use That s okay everyone learning Vim for the first time feels that way But once you begin to appreciate the power of all the different modes normal insert visual operator pending and a few others that Vim s modal interface offers you will be on your way to mastering Vim with a little bit of daily effort half an hour say in no timeAs soon as you are done with vimtutor immediately purchase a copy of Practical Vim Second Edition Edit Text at the Speed of Thoug I tell you a story True story Thirteen years ago I had a classic archetypal dilemma Emacs or Vim By fortune or by accident I had chosen Vim and have used it for pleasant twelve years I thought that I know something and that I ve learned somethingBut boy I was wrong After reading Practical Vim I already know that I ve known very little Even though I was uite efficient and fluent in Vim usage all the time I was staying at the GatesThis book is the right key to the Gates Use it and you can enter Will be there any difference Yes and no You will be still editing some text But this time you will know And knowledge is blessBy the way don t be fooled by my review you don t have to wait twelve years to start with this book You can start any time even as beginner once you decide that Vim is your tool. Arch and replace All without installing a single plugin You'll learn how to navigate text documents as fast as the eye moves with only a few keystrokes Jump from a method call to its definition with a single command Use Vim's umplist so that you can always follow the breadcrumb trail back to the file you were working on before Discover a multilingual spell checker that does what it's told Practical Vim will show you new ways to work with Vim efficiently whether you're a beginner or an intermediate Vim user All this without having to touch the mouseWhat You Need Vim version.
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I highly recommend this book to vim users who got familiar with basic commands and want to unleash the true power of vim It will teach you the philosophy of the editor so you could put it to your use instead of fighting itIf you are Falling For Him just starting with w you may want to get some experience before starting with this book I have been using Vim as my main code editor for over a year now and I picked this up to take things to the next level It is full of useful tips most of which I already knew but I also learnt uite a few tricks that will save me loads of time I enjoyed the read overall and I definitely recommend it if you re considering reading it no matter if you re a beginner or a advanced Vim user there will be something in there for you to learn I will certainly get back to some sections myself to fine tune my workflow You hear it from everyone who uses Vim tough learning curve but totally worth it in the end This book takes the tough learning curve and flattens it dramatically I think every page of this book has made me love Vim I wonder how much time the world would save if all text fields allowed vim style movements and editing commands If they come out with a second volume I d buy that too I knew about vim for a long while since the how to exit vim memes and since I heard so many about it especially seeing it in action at a very fast programmer twitch streamer Pajladaweirdest songs ever on that stream I decided to give it a try I downloaded it and at the beginning I didn t know how to use itnor how to exit kappa so I had to restart my computer so Iust put it aside and kept us This was hands down one of the very best technical books I ve ever had the pleasure to read Drew Neil has found a way to organize the book into a tip format without making it lose focus or seem endlessly unimaginative Rather by organizing the tips into themes he gives the editor itself structure where before there was only the grey void of endless featuresI Vim is a fast and efficient text editor that will make you a faster and efficient developer It's available on almost every OS if you master the techniues in this book you'll never need another text editor Practical Vim shows you 120 vim recipes so you can uickly learn the editor's core functionality and tackle your trickiest editing and writing tasks Vim like its classic ancestor vi is a serious tool for programmers web developers and sysadmins No other text editor comes close to Vim for speed and efficiency; it runs on almost every system imaginable and supports most coding.
As an intermediate vim user before this book It was my primary editor and I used navigation keys and some basic yank and put operations regularly I knew how to ump to lines zip between words and some mediocre regular expressions After having read this book I don t bother opening up gvim or macvim any I m so comfortable working without the mouse I prefer to keep myself in the console all the time My speed has increased dramatically as has my confidence I participated in vimgolf for the first time ust last weekIf you are a vim user with a strong basic understanding this book is for you Don t pick it up if you are brand new to the editor though Complete the vimtutor first and give it some time to sink inWouldn t you know it Just this short review was incredibly painful to write since I m not using my favorite text editor What a snob I ve become Thanks to this book now I ve finally use vim as the default textcode editor Its helped me discovering all the powerf This is the definitive hitchhiker s guide to Vim Handbook for both a newbie and an experienced vimmer Should be reread several times If you do anything at all with computers make sure you get really good at text editing If you want to get really good at text editing pick a really good text editor and get to know that editor really well Vim is a really good text editor I picked vim as my editor of choice and this book is invaluable in my ourney to becoming a vim masterI already had some working knowledge of vim and was using it as my day to day programming evironment for some years After reading this book I realised I knew only maybe 1% of the true power of vim Now I maybe know 5% But that doesn t matter I browse this book once in a while for inspiration learn some new tricks and add another percentage point to my skillsAside vim is not the only really good text editors There are a lot The point is pick one and get good at it If you ve ever wondered what text editor you should learn And markup languages Learn how to edit text the Vim way complete a series of repetitive changes with The Dot Formula using one keystroke to strike the target followed by one keystroke to execute the change Automate complex tasks by recording your keystrokes as a macro Run the same command on a selection of lines or a set of files Discover the very magic switch which makes Vim's regular expression syntax like Perl's Build complex patterns by iterating on your search history Search inside multiple files then run Vim's substitute command on the result set for a project wide se.