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Product: Vi Tutorial

This tutorial provides explanations of examples of vi commands. It is based on material SSC used when teaching hands-on classes. It complements the Vi Reference Card.

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Retail Price: US$ 6.00
Manufacturer: SSC
Category: Books_Gen
Shipping Weight: 1 lbs
Dimensions: 3.5" x 8.5" x .1"
ISBN-Code: 0-916151-54-9

Our Price: US$ 5.75
Part#: 00279
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Classification: G
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Product: Vi Tutorial, Further Information

Written by Belinda Frazier
56 pages

System Requirements:

An interest in learning the vi editor, and the ability to read English.

Further Information:

This tutorial provides explanations of examples of vi commands. It is based on material SSC used in its hands-on classes.

While some long-time vi users have reported they learned something new the first time they read the VI Tutorial, it is geared towards beginning and intermediate vi users. The tutorial complements the VI Reference Card.

See also Learning the vi Editor.



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