Howto: Use vim viewports

Handy tips to boost productivity while using vim text editor.
In this article Joe ‘Zonker’ Brockmeier, covers the Vim features that you may not be familiar with if you’re a casual Vim user. If you’re confident using Vim to edit configuration files or make short edits in text files, but maybe not too comfortable with undertaking major writing or coding in Vim, then these articles should be for you.

A really useful feature in Vim is the ability to split the viewable area between one or more files, or just to split the window to view two bits of the same file more easily. The Vim documentation refers to this as a viewport or window, interchangeably. Read rest of article


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