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Struggle is real

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  • 6
    we've all been there
  • 2
    I never understood the vim joke. there's this think called "reading the man pages"...
  • 10
    @mjones44 SO would lose 90% of its visitors if people just started to RTFM :)
  • 2
    @mjones44 doesn't vim tell you how to close it when you open it as well?
  • 0
    You don't have to ask how to exit Vim if you don't OR never used Vim. 😜
  • 1
    @RealKC I think the first time you open it, if I remember correctly, yeah.
  • 1
    @suprano except Vim is amazing
  • 6
    @mjones44 i still remember the first time i met vim .. i forgot -m in my git commit and suddenly an alien-land was before my eyes, i didn’t even knew what the fuck just happened. no prob i’ll just ctrl+c huh? c? z? x? d? no. you are stucked in a fucking non-exitable hell, and the stackoverflow path to enlightment begin, and tho shall forever hate vim and embrace nano
  • 1
    @oreru Google it and you have the solution in about .2 seconds
  • 2
    @oreru It was a relief when I set the Git editor to something different than Vim. It's still on my bucket list to learn it though.
  • 1
    @3psilon i got used to it now for simple things, but it still make no sense at all tbh
  • 2
    @oreru I FEEL it (command mode) could be useful for repetitive editing tasks. Most of editing is not actually typing code but yanking it around, refactoring etc.
  • 0
    @mjones44 or “reading vimtutor”
  • 0
    @HampusMa or "using Google"
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  • 1
    I also notepad love
  • 0
    @3psilon Try the vimtutor command on a unix system. That taught me my first baby steps into the wonderful world of vim ;-)
  • 0
    @mjones44 from stackoverflow probably
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