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Learn Vim Tonight: Use the Worlds Most Productive Editor Tomorrow
By Steve Litt 
Cover in PDF viewer Price: $5.95

Availability: Usually emailed within 48 hours of receipt of electronic payment.

PDF (EBook), 94 pages **

ISBN: To be determined

Vim = Super Productivity

While other editors make you reach for the mouse or perform a wrist-twisting triple keystrokes, Vim's modal user interface lets you access all common editing tasks with single letters. If you're a touch typist, Vim lets you work as fast as you can type. I'm writing this web page in Vim right now :-)

Vim isn't just fast -- it's powerful. Regular expression driven search and replace, highlighting by character, line or block, source code compilation and debugging, quickfind for variable, subroutine, and method declarations, subroutine folding and expanding, keystroke macros, and an underlying programming language make Vim powerful and configurable.

Who Should Read This Book?

You should read this book all of the following are true:
  1. You're a touch typist.
  2. You need an ultra-fast, ultra-powerful text editor to speed and ease your work.
  3. You're not already a Vim expert.

Who Shouldn't Read This Book?

You should not read this book if you're already proficient at Vim. This book is a beginner level tutorial and reference.

You should not read this book if you're not a touch typist. Unless you can type at least 25 words per minute, Vim's keyboard-centric approach will not help you.

Last but not least, you should not read this book if you have no need to work faster :-).

What's In This Book?

The easiest way to tell you what's in the book is to show you the top level of the table of contents **:

Chapter 1:  Productivity at the Speed of Vim1
Chapter 2:  Installing Vim7
Chapter 3:  Running and Exiting Vim11
Chapter 4:  Files: Opening, Discarding, Reverting, and Saving15
Chapter 5:  Undo and Redo19
Chapter 6:  Using Vim Help21
Chapter 7:  Using the Vim Tutorial27
Chapter 8:  Simple Movements in Edit Mode29
Chapter 9:  Insert Mode33
Chapter 10:  Simple Edit Mode Commands39
Chapter 11:  Search43
Chapter 12:  Visual Mode (Highlighting)57
Chapter 13:  Cut and Paste61
Chapter 14:  Search and Replace Basics67
Chapter 15:  ex Mode Basics73
Chapter 16:  Editing Multiple Files83
Chapter 17:  What Else Can Vim Do?87
Chapter 18:  Now Do It!93


The topics have been prioritized to present what you'll need to quickly get up to speed, without confusing you with advanced or marginal material.

This book explains how to navigate help, and how to find exactly what you want from the voluminous technical materials presented in Vim's Help system.

If a faster and more powerful editor will help you with your work, you need Vim, and you need this book so you can use Vim adeptly tomorrow.


 




** Chapter page numbering and the total page count may vary slightly with font and spacing changes and minor edits.