Sometimes you’ll have a program that seems to work but will produce a ton of Valgrind errors. You’ll get some fairly strange errors about invalid reads or co...
Getting Help in Vim
Getting help in Vim isn’t hard at all, but it’s sometimes difficult to find exactly what you need. One tip I learned from Austin Traver is how to easily open up the full glory of the help doc in another tab.
:tab help <topic>
You can get specific help about commands with
:h <keystroke>, preceeded by the following ‘mode codes’:
|command line command||
|command line editing||
|vim command argument||
Now it’s easier to Read The F&(#ing Manual!
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The :help command in Vim is possibly the most powerful one of all. I agree with Romain Lafourcade of this handy website about that.
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Finally got around to writing this vim buffer to a website .