Vim is a UNIX based editor, supported on Mac OS X and Linux distributions. Compared with nano, it is more powerful, yet which also means a lot more commands to memorize. Following is a simple cheat sheet for Vim.
Firstly, to open a file, take example.yml as example:
$ vi example.yml
To select some text
As you can imagine, it’s really difficult to select several lines without a GUI. And that’s what the v command in vim intended for.
With the text file open, you simply press the v
To (Cut || Copy) && Paste