Learn To Code Like A Pro With VI Editor

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Master the powerful command line text editors VI and VIM and take your development skills to the next level

What you’ll learn

  • Use VI and VIM for Development
  • Master advance VI features used by professionals
  • Start developing for Linux and Unix Systems
  • Write programs for the command line
  • It does not have any prerequisites. Just access to the Vi editor is sufficient
Start coding on the command line using the powerful VI editor with this amazing and easy to follow course. If you want to develop for the Unix/Linux Systems VI is the de facto editor which you must learn to use. Any developer worth his salt should be comfortable in VI and if you don’t know it yet then we must say that you are still not there.
VI is not just a editor but a way of life for serious programmers who swear by its almost magical powers. It looks cryptic from the outside but once you start using it you will understand the features it brings to the table and why after decades it is still so popular. Our course is geared for helping you understand and master all its features. You will get to know both the commonly used and exotic features which make it a formidable code editor for any technology.

The course starts with basic introduction to VI editor and covers the following:
Tool Features

File Operations
Editing features and options
Copy and Paste Operations

Advance Navigation to VI
Combining Movement with Editing
Recovering files

Combining Movement with Editing
Regular Expressions
Special Options in VI

Introduction to VIM and visual mode

This course will provide a quick guide to master this amazing tool and will change your life. Get started and start developing using VI now..

Who this course is for:
  • Students who want to learn the use of VI editor. It is not a programming course.
Created by Eduonix Learning Solutions, Eduonix-Tech .
Last updated 12/2018
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