Learning to use the Vim text editor can be intimidating. Vim has a steep learning curve, but once you have the basics down, it can be a great and highly efficient text editor. Vim can be used for programming, writing blogs, short stories or novels. It has an extensive plugin system, it is highly configurable and it supports many programming languages. Vim has robust search and replace and it integrates very well with numerous other tools.
Enter into vim.
Shift + V
Go to the left.
Go to the right.
Go to the end of the line and start insert mode.
Shift + A
Go to the beginning of the line.
Go to the end of the line.
Shift + $
Write and save.
Delete the line
Delete one character at a time.
Go to the top of the file.
Go to the bottom of the file.
CTRL + G
Go to line 2.
Go to line 3.
Write, save and quit.
Go to the next line and start insert mode.
Go to the top of the line and start insert mode.
Shift + O
Find the first character forward.
F then any character you want to go to forward.
Find the first character backward
Shift + F then any character you want to go to backward.
Turn off highlighting.