Diff for /wikisrc/guide/edit.mdwn between versions 1.1 and 1.2

version 1.1, 2013/03/07 00:22:38 version 1.2, 2013/03/10 09:58:15
Line 70  Hitting the colon then will put the user Line 70  Hitting the colon then will put the user
 prompt at the bottom left corner of the screen. Now let us look at the save  prompt at the bottom left corner of the screen. Now let us look at the save
 commands:  commands:
   
  * `:w` -- Write the buffer to file.     * `:w` -- Write the buffer to file.
  * `:wq` -- Write the buffer to file and quit.   * `:wq` -- Write the buffer to file and quit.
   
 ### Yanking and Putting  ### Yanking and Putting
Line 100  For the beginner I feel that switching t Line 100  For the beginner I feel that switching t
 bit safer until one has practiced for awhile. The navigation keys for terminals  bit safer until one has practiced for awhile. The navigation keys for terminals
 that are not recognized or do not support the use of arrow keys are the  that are not recognized or do not support the use of arrow keys are the
 following:  following:
     
  * `k` -- Moves the cursor up one line.     * `k` -- Moves the cursor up one line.
  * `j` -- Moves the cursor down one line.     * `j` -- Moves the cursor down one line.
  * `l` -- Moves the cursor right one character.     * `l` -- Moves the cursor right one character.
  * `h` -- Moves the cursor left one character.   * `h` -- Moves the cursor left one character.
   
 If the terminal is recognized and supports them, the arrow keys can be used to  If the terminal is recognized and supports them, the arrow keys can be used to
Line 135  looking for *foo bar*: Line 135  looking for *foo bar*:
 Searching and scrolling are not the only ways to navigate a vi buffer. Following  Searching and scrolling are not the only ways to navigate a vi buffer. Following
 is a list of succinct navigation commands available for vi:  is a list of succinct navigation commands available for vi:
   
  * `0` -- Move to beginning of line.     * `0` -- Move to beginning of line.
  * `$` -- Move to end of line.     * `$` -- Move to end of line.
  * `b` -- Back up one word.     * `b` -- Back up one word.
  * `w` -- Move forward one word.     * `w` -- Move forward one word.
  * `G` -- Move to the bottom of the buffer.     * `G` -- Move to the bottom of the buffer.
  * `H` -- Move to the top line on the screen.     * `H` -- Move to the top line on the screen.
  * `L` -- Move to the last line on the screen.     * `L` -- Move to the last line on the screen.
  * `M` -- Move the cursor to the middle of the screen.     * `M` -- Move the cursor to the middle of the screen.
  * `N` -- Scan for next search match but opposite direction.     * `N` -- Scan for next search match but opposite direction.
  * `n` -- Scan for next search match in the same direction.   * `n` -- Scan for next search match in the same direction.
   
 ### A Sample Session  ### A Sample Session

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