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Ex mode command in unix

Posted By: Amara Miller     Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu     Views: 8214

Ex mode command in unix language.

Ex mode command

:w - saving your work.
:x and :wq save and quit.
:q! - abort.
:w new.sh same as save as.
:w! new.sh to overwrite the existing file.
:n1,n2w new.sh copy the lines from n1 to n2 to the new.sh
:.n new.sh copy the current line to the new.sh
:$w copy the last line to the file
:sh to move to the shell from the program.

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