In VIM, beginners usually modify characters by deleting them and inserting them, which is a bit troublesome. In fact, it is more convenient to use VIM replacement method to modify characters. Let’s take a look at the detailed tutorial below.
- Software name:
- GVIM text editor (enhanced version of VI editor for Windows) v8.0.69 official installation version of multi languages
- Software size:
1. Open VIM editor
2. Input a line of number 1 as the experiment text
3. Press the R key in lowercase to enter 2, and replace the character after the cursor with 2,It can only be replaced once.
4, pressUppercase RKey, you can enter 2 until you pressEsc key。
5. In replacement modePress ESC to return to visual mode.
The above is a tutorial for VIM to modify characters using replacement mode. I hope you like it. Please continue to pay attention to developpaer.
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