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Input mode command in unix

Posted By: Bradley Evans     Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu     Views: 4565

Input mode command in unix.

Input mode command

i : Insert the text to the left of Cursor.
a : append the text to the right of Cursor.
I : Insert the text to the left of the line.
A : Insert the text to the right of the line.
o : Open the line below.
O : Open line above.
r : Replaces the character under.
R : Replaces the text to the right.
: Replaces the character under the cursor with any no of characters.
S : Replaces entire line.
  
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