Unix Tip #4517- July 24, 2013


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SPLIT SCREEN EDITING


You can split screen
into multiple windows
in vi.

(Depending on your
version of VI)

TO create the empty
window enter the
command:

:new

TO move between the
screens use the
commands:

To Move to lower window
j

Move to upper window
k

TO make the current
window the only window
on the screen closing
all other windows,
use:

:only


VIM supports this
feature and can be
found at: http://www.math.fu-berlin.de/~guckes/vim/

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