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index.txt     For Vim version 8.0.  Last change: 2016 Sep 27


                  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL    by Bram Moolenaar

                                                                index
This file contains a list of all commands for each mode, with a tag and a
short description.  The lists are sorted on ASCII value.

Tip: When looking for certain functionality, use a search command.  E.g.,
to look for deleting something, use: "/delete".

1. Insert mode                          insert-index
2. Normal mode                          normal-index
   2.1. Text objects                    objects
   2.2. Window commands                 CTRL-W
   2.3. Square bracket commands         [
   2.4. Commands starting with 'g'      g
   2.5. Commands starting with 'z'      z
3. Visual mode                          visual-index
4. Command-line editing                 ex-edit-index
5. EX commands                          ex-cmd-index

For an overview of options see help.txt option-list.
For an overview of built-in functions see functions.
For a list of Vim variables see vim-variable.
For a complete listing of all help items see help-tags.

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1. Insert mode                                          insert-index

tag             char            action in Insert mode   
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
i_CTRL-@      CTRL-@          insert previously inserted text and stop
                                insert
i_CTRL-A      CTRL-A          insert previously inserted text
                CTRL-B          not used i_CTRL-B-gone
i_CTRL-C      CTRL-C          quit insert mode, without checking for
                                abbreviation, unless 'insertmode' set.
i_CTRL-D      CTRL-D          delete one shiftwidth of indent in the current
                                line
i_CTRL-E      CTRL-E          insert the character which is below the cursor
                CTRL-F          not used (but by default it's in 'cinkeys' to
                                re-indent the current line)
i_CTRL-G_j    CTRL-G CTRL-J   line down, to column where inserting started
i_CTRL-G_j    CTRL-G j        line down, to column where inserting started
i_CTRL-G_j    CTRL-G <Down>   line down, to column where inserting started
i_CTRL-G_k    CTRL-G CTRL-K   line up, to column where inserting started
i_CTRL-G_k    CTRL-G k        line up, to column where inserting started
i_CTRL-G_k    CTRL-G <Up>     line up, to column where inserting started
i_CTRL-G_u    CTRL-G u        start new undoable edit
i_CTRL-G_U    CTRL-G U        don't break undo with next cursor movement
i_<BS>        <BS>            delete character before the cursor
i_digraph     {char1}<BS>{char2}
                                enter digraph (only when 'digraph' option set)
i_CTRL-H      CTRL-H          same as <BS>
i_<Tab>       <Tab>           insert a <Tab> character
i_CTRL-I      CTRL-I          same as <Tab>
i_<NL>        <NL>            same as <CR>
i_CTRL-J      CTRL-J          same as <CR>
i_CTRL-K      CTRL-K {char1} {char2}
                                enter digraph
i_CTRL-L      CTRL-L          when 'insertmode' set: Leave Insert mode
i_<CR>        <CR>            begin new line
i_CTRL-M      CTRL-M          same as <CR>
i_CTRL-N      CTRL-N          find next match for keyword in front of the
                                cursor
i_CTRL-O      CTRL-O          execute a single command and return to insert
                                mode
i_CTRL-P      CTRL-P          find previous match for keyword in front of
                                the cursor
i_CTRL-Q      CTRL-Q          same as CTRL-V, unless used for terminal
                                control flow
i_CTRL-R      CTRL-R {0-9a-z"%#*:=}
                                insert the contents of a register
i_CTRL-R_CTRL-R CTRL-R CTRL-R {0-9a-z"%#*:=}
                                insert the contents of a register literally
i_CTRL-R_CTRL-O CTRL-R CTRL-O {0-9a-z"%#*:=}
                                insert the contents of a register literally
                                and don't auto-indent
i_CTRL-R_CTRL-P CTRL-R CTRL-P {0-9a-z"%#*:=}
                                insert the contents of a register literally
                                and fix indent.
                CTRL-S          (used for terminal control flow)
i_CTRL-T      CTRL-T          insert one shiftwidth of indent in current
                                line
i_CTRL-U      CTRL-U          delete all entered characters in the current
                                line
i_CTRL-V      CTRL-V {char}   insert next non-digit literally
i_CTRL-V_digit CTRL-V {number} insert three digit decimal number as a single
                                byte.
i_CTRL-W      CTRL-W          delete word before the cursor
i_CTRL-X      CTRL-X {mode}   enter CTRL-X sub mode, see i_CTRL-X_index
i_CTRL-Y      CTRL-Y          insert the character which is above the cursor
i_CTRL-Z      CTRL-Z          when 'insertmode' set: suspend Vim
i_<Esc>       <Esc>           end insert mode (unless 'insertmode' set)
i_CTRL-[      CTRL-[          same as <Esc>
i_CTRL-\_CTRL-N CTRL-\ CTRL-N go to Normal mode
i_CTRL-\_CTRL-G CTRL-\ CTRL-G go to mode specified with 'insertmode'
                CTRL-\ a - z    reserved for extensions
                CTRL-\ others   not used
i_CTRL-]      CTRL-]          trigger abbreviation
i_CTRL-^      CTRL-^          toggle use of :lmap mappings
i_CTRL-_      CTRL-_          When 'allowrevins' set: change language
                                (Hebrew, Farsi) {only when compiled with
                                the +rightleft feature}

                <Space> to '~'  not used, except '0' and '^' followed by
                                CTRL-D

i_0_CTRL-D    0 CTRL-D        delete all indent in the current line
i_^_CTRL-D    ^ CTRL-D        delete all indent in the current line, restore
                                it in the next line

i_<Del>       <Del>           delete character under the cursor

                Meta characters (0x80 to 0xff, 128 to 255)
                                not used

i_<Left>      <Left>          cursor one character left
i_<S-Left>    <S-Left>        cursor one word left
i_<C-Left>    <C-Left>        cursor one word left
i_<Right>     <Right>         cursor one character right
i_<S-Right>   <S-Right>       cursor one word right
i_<C-Right>   <C-Right>       cursor one word right
i_<Up>        <Up>            cursor one line up
i_<S-Up>      <S-Up>          same as <PageUp>
i_<Down>      <Down>          cursor one line down
i_<S-Down>    <S-Down>        same as <PageDown>
i_<Home>      <Home>          cursor to start of line
i_<C-Home>    <C-Home>        cursor to start of file
i_<End>       <End>           cursor past end of line
i_<C-End>     <C-End>         cursor past end of file
i_<PageUp>    <PageUp>        one screenful backward
i_<PageDown>  <PageDown>      one screenful forward
i_<F1>        <F1>            same as <Help>
i_<Help>      <Help>          stop insert mode and display help window
i_<Insert>    <Insert>        toggle Insert/Replace mode
i_<LeftMouse> <LeftMouse>     cursor at mouse click
i_<ScrollWheelDown>   <ScrollWheelDown>       move window three lines down
i_<S-ScrollWheelDown> <S-ScrollWheelDown>     move window one page down
i_<ScrollWheelUp>     <ScrollWheelUp>         move window three lines up
i_<S-ScrollWheelUp>   <S-ScrollWheelUp>       move window one page up
i_<ScrollWheelLeft>   <ScrollWheelLeft>       move window six columns left
i_<S-ScrollWheelLeft> <S-ScrollWheelLeft>     move window one page left
i_<ScrollWheelRight>  <ScrollWheelRight>      move window six columns right
i_<S-ScrollWheelRight> <S-ScrollWheelRight>   move window one page right

commands in CTRL-X submode                              i_CTRL-X_index

i_CTRL-X_CTRL-D       CTRL-X CTRL-D   complete defined identifiers
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-E       CTRL-X CTRL-E   scroll up
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-F       CTRL-X CTRL-F   complete file names
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-I       CTRL-X CTRL-I   complete identifiers
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-K       CTRL-X CTRL-K   complete identifiers from dictionary
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-L       CTRL-X CTRL-L   complete whole lines
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-N       CTRL-X CTRL-N   next completion
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-O       CTRL-X CTRL-O   omni completion
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-P       CTRL-X CTRL-P   previous completion
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-S       CTRL-X CTRL-S   spelling suggestions
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-T       CTRL-X CTRL-T   complete identifiers from thesaurus
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-Y       CTRL-X CTRL-Y   scroll down
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-U       CTRL-X CTRL-U   complete with 'completefunc'
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-V       CTRL-X CTRL-V   complete like in : command line
i_CTRL-X_CTRL-]       CTRL-X CTRL-]   complete tags
i_CTRL-X_s            CTRL-X s        spelling suggestions
{not available when compiled without the |+insert_expand| feature}

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2. Normal mode                                          normal-index

CHAR     any non-blank character
WORD     a sequence of non-blank characters
N        a number entered before the command
{motion} a cursor movement command
Nmove    the text that is moved over with a {motion}
SECTION  a section that possibly starts with '}' instead of '{'

note: 1 = cursor movement command; 2 = can be undone/redone

tag             char          note action in Normal mode        
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                CTRL-@             not used
CTRL-A        CTRL-A          2  add N to number at/after cursor
CTRL-B        CTRL-B          1  scroll N screens Backwards
CTRL-C        CTRL-C             interrupt current (search) command
CTRL-D        CTRL-D             scroll Down N lines (default: half a screen)
CTRL-E        CTRL-E             scroll N lines upwards (N lines Extra)
CTRL-F        CTRL-F          1  scroll N screens Forward
CTRL-G        CTRL-G             display current file name and position
<BS>          <BS>            1  same as "h"
CTRL-H        CTRL-H          1  same as "h"
<Tab>         <Tab>           1  go to N newer entry in jump list
CTRL-I        CTRL-I          1  same as <Tab>
<NL>          <NL>            1  same as "j"
CTRL-J        CTRL-J          1  same as "j"
                CTRL-K             not used
CTRL-L        CTRL-L             redraw screen
<CR>          <CR>            1  cursor to the first CHAR N lines lower
CTRL-M        CTRL-M          1  same as <CR>
CTRL-N        CTRL-N          1  same as "j"
CTRL-O        CTRL-O          1  go to N older entry in jump list
CTRL-P        CTRL-P          1  same as "k"
                CTRL-Q             (used for terminal control flow)
CTRL-R        CTRL-R          2  redo changes which were undone with 'u'
                CTRL-S             (used for terminal control flow)
CTRL-T        CTRL-T             jump to N older Tag in tag list
CTRL-U        CTRL-U             scroll N lines Upwards (default: half a
                                   screen)
CTRL-V        CTRL-V             start blockwise Visual mode
CTRL-W        CTRL-W {char}      window commands, see CTRL-W
CTRL-X        CTRL-X          2  subtract N from number at/after cursor
CTRL-Y        CTRL-Y             scroll N lines downwards
CTRL-Z        CTRL-Z             suspend program (or start new shell)
                CTRL-[ <Esc>       not used
CTRL-\_CTRL-N CTRL-\ CTRL-N      go to Normal mode (no-op)
CTRL-\_CTRL-G CTRL-\ CTRL-G      go to mode specified with 'insertmode'
                CTRL-\ a - z       reserved for extensions
                CTRL-\ others      not used
CTRL-]        CTRL-]             :ta to ident under cursor
CTRL-^        CTRL-^             edit Nth alternate file (equivalent to
                                   ":e #N")
                CTRL-_             not used

<Space>       <Space>         1  same as "l"
!             !{motion}{filter}
                                2  filter Nmove text through the {filter}
                                   command
!!            !!{filter}      2  filter N lines through the {filter} command
quote         "{a-zA-Z0-9.%#:-"}  use register {a-zA-Z0-9.%#:-"} for next
                                   delete, yank or put (uppercase to append)
                                   ({.%#:} only work with put)
#             #               1  search backward for the Nth occurrence of
                                   the ident under the cursor
$             $               1  cursor to the end of Nth next line
%             %               1  find the next (curly/square) bracket on
                                   this line and go to its match, or go to
                                   matching comment bracket, or go to matching
                                   preprocessor directive.
N%            {count}%        1  go to N percentage in the file
&             &               2  repeat last :s
'             '{a-zA-Z0-9}    1  cursor to the first CHAR on the line with
                                   mark {a-zA-Z0-9}
''            ''              1  cursor to the first CHAR of the line where
                                   the cursor was before the latest jump.
'(            '(              1  cursor to the first CHAR on the line of the
                                   start of the current sentence
')            ')              1  cursor to the first CHAR on the line of the
                                   end of the current sentence
'<            '<              1  cursor to the first CHAR of the line where
                                   highlighted area starts/started in the
                                   current buffer.
'>            '>              1  cursor to the first CHAR of the line where
                                   highlighted area ends/ended in the current
                                   buffer.
'[            '[              1  cursor to the first CHAR on the line of the
                                   start of last operated text or start of put
                                   text
']            ']              1  cursor to the first CHAR on the line of the
                                   end of last operated text or end of put
                                   text
'{            '{              1  cursor to the first CHAR on the line of the
                                   start of the current paragraph
'}            '}              1  cursor to the first CHAR on the line of the
                                   end of the current paragraph
(             (               1  cursor N sentences backward
)             )               1  cursor N sentences forward
star          *               1  search forward for the Nth occurrence of
                                   the ident under the cursor
+             +               1  same as <CR>
,             ,               1  repeat latest f, t, F or T in opposite
                                   direction N times
-             -               1  cursor to the first CHAR N lines higher
.             .               2  repeat last change with count replaced with
                                   N
/             /{pattern}<CR>  1  search forward for the Nth occurrence of
                                   {pattern}
/<CR>         /<CR>           1  search forward for {pattern} of last search
count         0               1  cursor to the first char of the line
count         1                  prepend to command to give a count
count         2                       "
count         3                       "
count         4                       "
count         5                       "
count         6                       "
count         7                       "
count         8                       "
count         9                       "
:             :               1  start entering an Ex command
N:            {count}:           start entering an Ex command with range
                                   from current line to N-1 lines down
;             ;               1  repeat latest f, t, F or T N times
<             <{motion}       2  shift Nmove lines one 'shiftwidth'
                                   leftwards
<<            <<              2  shift N lines one 'shiftwidth' leftwards
=             ={motion}       2  filter Nmove lines through "indent"
==            ==              2  filter N lines through "indent"
>             >{motion}       2  shift Nmove lines one 'shiftwidth'
                                   rightwards
>>            >>              2  shift N lines one 'shiftwidth' rightwards
?             ?{pattern}<CR>  1  search backward for the Nth previous
                                   occurrence of {pattern}
?<CR>         ?<CR>           1  search backward for {pattern} of last search
@             @{a-z}          2  execute the contents of register {a-z}
                                   N times
@:            @:                 repeat the previous ":" command N times
@@            @@              2  repeat the previous @{a-z} N times
A             A               2  append text after the end of the line N times
B             B               1  cursor N WORDS backward
C             ["x]C           2  change from the cursor position to the end
                                   of the line, and N-1 more lines [into
                                   buffer x]; synonym for "c$"
D             ["x]D           2  delete the characters under the cursor
                                   until the end of the line and N-1 more
                                   lines [into buffer x]; synonym for "d$"
E             E               1  cursor forward to the end of WORD N
F             F{char}         1  cursor to the Nth occurrence of {char} to
                                   the left
G             G               1  cursor to line N, default last line
H             H               1  cursor to line N from top of screen
I             I               2  insert text before the first CHAR on the
                                   line N times
J             J               2  Join N lines; default is 2
K             K                  lookup Keyword under the cursor with
                                   'keywordprg'
L             L               1  cursor to line N from bottom of screen
M             M               1  cursor to middle line of screen
N             N               1  repeat the latest '/' or '?' N times in
                                   opposite direction
O             O               2  begin a new line above the cursor and
                                   insert text, repeat N times
P             ["x]P           2  put the text [from buffer x] before the
                                   cursor N times
Q             Q                  switch to "Ex" mode
R             R               2  enter replace mode: overtype existing
                                   characters, repeat the entered text N-1
                                   times
S             ["x]S           2  delete N lines [into buffer x] and start
                                   insert; synonym for "cc".
T             T{char}         1  cursor till after Nth occurrence of {char}
                                   to the left
U             U               2  undo all latest changes on one line
V             V                  start linewise Visual mode
W             W               1  cursor N WORDS forward
X             ["x]X           2  delete N characters before the cursor [into
                                   buffer x]
Y             ["x]Y              yank N lines [into buffer x]; synonym for
                                   "yy"
ZZ            ZZ                 store current file if modified, and exit
ZQ            ZQ                 exit current file always
[             [{char}            square bracket command (see [ below)
                \                  not used
]             ]{char}            square bracket command (see ] below)
^             ^               1  cursor to the first CHAR of the line
_             _               1  cursor to the first CHAR N - 1 lines lower
`             `{a-zA-Z0-9}    1  cursor to the mark {a-zA-Z0-9}
`(            `(              1  cursor to the start of the current sentence
`)            `)              1  cursor to the end of the current sentence
`<            `<              1  cursor to the start of the highlighted area
`>            `>              1  cursor to the end of the highlighted area
`[            `[              1  cursor to the start of last operated text
                                   or start of putted text
`]            `]              1  cursor to the end of last operated text or
                                   end of putted text
``            ``              1  cursor to the position before latest jump
`{            `{              1  cursor to the start of the current paragraph
`}            `}              1  cursor to the end of the current paragraph
a             a               2  append text after the cursor N times
b             b               1  cursor N words backward
c             ["x]c{motion}   2  delete Nmove text [into buffer x] and start
                                   insert
cc            ["x]cc          2  delete N lines [into buffer x] and start
                                   insert
d             ["x]d{motion}   2  delete Nmove text [into buffer x]
dd            ["x]dd          2  delete N lines [into buffer x]
do            do              2  same as ":diffget"
dp            dp              2  same as ":diffput"
e             e               1  cursor forward to the end of word N
f             f{char}         1  cursor to Nth occurrence of {char} to the
                                   right
g             g{char}            extended commands, see g below
h             h               1  cursor N chars to the left
i             i               2  insert text before the cursor N times
j             j               1  cursor N lines downward
k             k               1  cursor N lines upward
l             l               1  cursor N chars to the right
m             m{A-Za-z}          set mark {A-Za-z} at cursor position
n             n               1  repeat the latest '/' or '?' N times
o             o               2  begin a new line below the cursor and
                                   insert text, repeat N times
p             ["x]p           2  put the text [from register x] after the
                                   cursor N times
q             q{0-9a-zA-Z"}      record typed characters into named register
                                   {0-9a-zA-Z"} (uppercase to append)
q             q                  (while recording) stops recording
q:            q:                 edit : command-line in command-line window
q/            q/                 edit / command-line in command-line window
q?            q?                 edit ? command-line in command-line window
r             r{char}         2  replace N chars with {char}
s             ["x]s           2  (substitute) delete N characters [into
                                   buffer x] and start insert
t             t{char}         1  cursor till before Nth occurrence of {char}
                                   to the right
u             u               2  undo changes
v             v                  start characterwise Visual mode
w             w               1  cursor N words forward
x             ["x]x           2  delete N characters under and after the
                                   cursor [into buffer x]
y             ["x]y{motion}      yank Nmove text [into buffer x]
yy            ["x]yy             yank N lines [into buffer x]
z             z{char}            commands starting with 'z', see z below
{             {               1  cursor N paragraphs backward
bar           |               1  cursor to column N
}             }               1  cursor N paragraphs forward
~             ~               2  'tildeop' off: switch case of N characters
                                   under cursor and move the cursor N
                                   characters to the right
~             ~{motion}          'tildeop' on: switch case of Nmove text
<C-End>       <C-End>         1  same as "G"
<C-Home>      <C-Home>        1  same as "gg"
<C-Left>      <C-Left>        1  same as "b"
<C-LeftMouse> <C-LeftMouse>      ":ta" to the keyword at the mouse click
<C-Right>     <C-Right>       1  same as "w"
<C-RightMouse> <C-RightMouse>    same as "CTRL-T"
<Del>         ["x]<Del>       2  same as "x"
N<Del>        {count}<Del>       remove the last digit from {count}
<Down>        <Down>          1  same as "j"
<End>         <End>           1  same as "$"
<F1>          <F1>               same as <Help>
<Help>        <Help>             open a help window
<Home>        <Home>          1  same as "0"
<Insert>      <Insert>        2  same as "i"
<Left>        <Left>          1  same as "h"
<LeftMouse>   <LeftMouse>     1  move cursor to the mouse click position
<MiddleMouse> <MiddleMouse>   2  same as "gP" at the mouse click position
<PageDown>    <PageDown>         same as CTRL-F
<PageUp>      <PageUp>           same as CTRL-B
<Right>       <Right>         1  same as "l"
<RightMouse>  <RightMouse>       start Visual mode, move cursor to the mouse
                                   click position
<S-Down>      <S-Down>        1  same as CTRL-F
<S-Left>      <S-Left>        1  same as "b"
<S-LeftMouse> <S-LeftMouse>      same as "*" at the mouse click position
<S-Right>     <S-Right>       1  same as "w"
<S-RightMouse> <S-RightMouse>    same as "#" at the mouse click position
<S-Up>        <S-Up>          1  same as CTRL-B
<Undo>        <Undo>          2  same as "u"
<Up>          <Up>            1  same as "k"
<ScrollWheelDown>     <ScrollWheelDown>       move window three lines down
<S-ScrollWheelDown>   <S-ScrollWheelDown>     move window one page down
<ScrollWheelUp>       <ScrollWheelUp>         move window three lines up
<S-ScrollWheelUp>     <S-ScrollWheelUp>       move window one page up
<ScrollWheelLeft>     <ScrollWheelLeft>       move window six columns left
<S-ScrollWheelLeft>   <S-ScrollWheelLeft>     move window one page left
<ScrollWheelRight>    <ScrollWheelRight>      move window six columns right
<S-ScrollWheelRight>  <S-ScrollWheelRight>    move window one page right

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2.1 Text objects                                                objects

These can be used after an operator or in Visual mode to select an object.

tag             command            action in op-pending and Visual mode 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
v_aquote      a"                 double quoted string
v_a'          a'                 single quoted string
v_a(          a(                 same as ab
v_a)          a)                 same as ab
v_a<          a<                 "a <>" from '<' to the matching '>'
v_a>          a>                 same as a<
v_aB          aB                 "a Block" from "[{" to "]}" (with brackets)
v_aW          aW                 "a WORD" (with white space)
v_a[          a[                 "a []" from '[' to the matching ']'
v_a]          a]                 same as a[
v_a`          a`                 string in backticks
v_ab          ab                 "a block" from "[(" to "])" (with braces)
v_ap          ap                 "a paragraph" (with white space)
v_as          as                 "a sentence" (with white space)
v_at          at                 "a tag block" (with white space)
v_aw          aw                 "a word" (with white space)
v_a{          a{                 same as aB
v_a}          a}                 same as aB
v_iquote      i"                 double quoted string without the quotes
v_i'          i'                 single quoted string without the quotes
v_i(          i(                 same as ib
v_i)          i)                 same as ib
v_i<          i<                 "inner <>" from '<' to the matching '>'
v_i>          i>                 same as i<
v_iB          iB                 "inner Block" from "[{" and "]}"
v_iW          iW                 "inner WORD"
v_i[          i[                 "inner []" from '[' to the matching ']'
v_i]          i]                 same as i[
v_i`          i`                 string in backticks without the backticks
v_ib          ib                 "inner block" from "[(" to "])"
v_ip          ip                 "inner paragraph"
v_is          is                 "inner sentence"
v_it          it                 "inner tag block"
v_iw          iw                 "inner word"
v_i{          i{                 same as iB
v_i}          i}                 same as iB

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2.2 Window commands                                             CTRL-W

tag             command            action in Normal mode        
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CTRL-W_CTRL-B CTRL-W CTRL-B      same as "CTRL-W b"
CTRL-W_CTRL-C CTRL-W CTRL-C      same as "CTRL-W c"
CTRL-W_CTRL-D CTRL-W CTRL-D      same as "CTRL-W d"
CTRL-W_CTRL-F CTRL-W CTRL-F      same as "CTRL-W f"
                CTRL-W CTRL-G      same as "CTRL-W g .."
CTRL-W_CTRL-H CTRL-W CTRL-H      same as "CTRL-W h"
CTRL-W_CTRL-I CTRL-W CTRL-I      same as "CTRL-W i"
CTRL-W_CTRL-J CTRL-W CTRL-J      same as "CTRL-W j"
CTRL-W_CTRL-K CTRL-W CTRL-K      same as "CTRL-W k"
CTRL-W_CTRL-L CTRL-W CTRL-L      same as "CTRL-W l"
CTRL-W_CTRL-N CTRL-W CTRL-N      same as "CTRL-W n"
CTRL-W_CTRL-O CTRL-W CTRL-O      same as "CTRL-W o"
CTRL-W_CTRL-P CTRL-W CTRL-P      same as "CTRL-W p"
CTRL-W_CTRL-Q CTRL-W CTRL-Q      same as "CTRL-W q"
CTRL-W_CTRL-R CTRL-W CTRL-R      same as "CTRL-W r"
CTRL-W_CTRL-S CTRL-W CTRL-S      same as "CTRL-W s"
CTRL-W_CTRL-T CTRL-W CTRL-T      same as "CTRL-W t"
CTRL-W_CTRL-V CTRL-W CTRL-V      same as "CTRL-W v"
CTRL-W_CTRL-W CTRL-W CTRL-W      same as "CTRL-W w"
CTRL-W_CTRL-X CTRL-W CTRL-X      same as "CTRL-W x"
CTRL-W_CTRL-Z CTRL-W CTRL-Z      same as "CTRL-W z"
CTRL-W_CTRL-] CTRL-W CTRL-]      same as "CTRL-W ]"
CTRL-W_CTRL-^ CTRL-W CTRL-^      same as "CTRL-W ^"
CTRL-W_CTRL-_ CTRL-W CTRL-_      same as "CTRL-W _"
CTRL-W_+      CTRL-W +           increase current window height N lines
CTRL-W_-      CTRL-W -           decrease current window height N lines
CTRL-W_<      CTRL-W <           decrease current window width N columns
CTRL-W_=      CTRL-W =           make all windows the same height & width
CTRL-W_>      CTRL-W >           increase current window width N columns
CTRL-W_H      CTRL-W H           move current window to the far left
CTRL-W_J      CTRL-W J           move current window to the very bottom
CTRL-W_K      CTRL-W K           move current window to the very top
CTRL-W_L      CTRL-W L           move current window to the far right
CTRL-W_P      CTRL-W P           go to preview window
CTRL-W_R      CTRL-W R           rotate windows upwards N times
CTRL-W_S      CTRL-W S           same as "CTRL-W s"
CTRL-W_T      CTRL-W T           move current window to a new tab page
CTRL-W_W      CTRL-W W           go to N previous window (wrap around)
CTRL-W_]      CTRL-W ]           split window and jump to tag under cursor
CTRL-W_^      CTRL-W ^           split current window and edit alternate
                                   file N
CTRL-W__      CTRL-W _           set current window height to N (default:
                                   very high)
CTRL-W_b      CTRL-W b           go to bottom window
CTRL-W_c      CTRL-W c           close current window (like :close)
CTRL-W_d      CTRL-W d           split window and jump to definition under
                                   the cursor
CTRL-W_f      CTRL-W f           split window and edit file name under the
                                   cursor
CTRL-W_F      CTRL-W F           split window and edit file name under the
                                   cursor and jump to the line number
                                   following the file name.
CTRL-W_g_CTRL-] CTRL-W g CTRL-]  split window and do :tjump to tag under
                                   cursor
CTRL-W_g]     CTRL-W g ]         split window and do :tselect for tag
                                   under cursor
CTRL-W_g}     CTRL-W g }         do a :ptjump to the tag under the cursor
CTRL-W_gf     CTRL-W g f         edit file name under the cursor in a new
                                   tab page
CTRL-W_gF     CTRL-W g F         edit file name under the cursor in a new
                                   tab page and jump to the line number
                                   following the file name.
CTRL-W_h      CTRL-W h           go to Nth left window (stop at first window)
CTRL-W_i      CTRL-W i           split window and jump to declaration of
                                   identifier under the cursor
CTRL-W_j      CTRL-W j           go N windows down (stop at last window)
CTRL-W_k      CTRL-W k           go N windows up (stop at first window)
CTRL-W_l      CTRL-W l           go to Nth right window (stop at last window)
CTRL-W_n      CTRL-W n           open new window, N lines high
CTRL-W_o      CTRL-W o           close all but current window (like :only)
CTRL-W_p      CTRL-W p           go to previous (last accessed) window
CTRL-W_q      CTRL-W q           quit current window (like :quit)
CTRL-W_r      CTRL-W r           rotate windows downwards N times
CTRL-W_s      CTRL-W s           split current window in two parts, new
                                   window N lines high
CTRL-W_t      CTRL-W t           go to top window
CTRL-W_v      CTRL-W v           split current window vertically, new window
                                   N columns wide
CTRL-W_w      CTRL-W w           go to N next window (wrap around)
CTRL-W_x      CTRL-W x           exchange current window with window N
                                   (default: next window)
CTRL-W_z      CTRL-W z           close preview window
CTRL-W_bar    CTRL-W |           set window width to N columns
CTRL-W_}      CTRL-W }           show tag under cursor in preview window
CTRL-W_<Down> CTRL-W <Down>      same as "CTRL-W j"
CTRL-W_<Up>   CTRL-W <Up>        same as "CTRL-W k"
CTRL-W_<Left> CTRL-W <Left>      same as "CTRL-W h"
CTRL-W_<Right> CTRL-W <Right>    same as "CTRL-W l"

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2.3 Square bracket commands                                     [ ]

tag             char          note action in Normal mode        
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[_CTRL-D      [ CTRL-D           jump to first #define found in current and
                                   included files matching the word under the
                                   cursor, start searching at beginning of
                                   current file
[_CTRL-I      [ CTRL-I           jump to first line in current and included
                                   files that contains the word under the
                                   cursor, start searching at beginning of
                                   current file
[#            [#              1  cursor to N previous unmatched #if, #else
                                   or #ifdef
['            ['              1  cursor to previous lowercase mark, on first
                                   non-blank
[(            [(              1  cursor N times back to unmatched '('
[star         [*              1  same as "[/"
[`            [`              1  cursor to previous lowercase mark
[/            [/              1  cursor to N previous start of a C comment
[D            [D                 list all defines found in current and
                                   included files matching the word under the
                                   cursor, start searching at beginning of
                                   current file
[I            [I                 list all lines found in current and
                                   included files that contain the word under
                                   the cursor, start searching at beginning of
                                   current file
[P            [P              2  same as "[p"
[[            [[              1  cursor N sections backward
[]            []              1  cursor N SECTIONS backward
[c            [c              1  cursor N times backwards to start of change
[d            [d                 show first #define found in current and
                                   included files matching the word under the
                                   cursor, start searching at beginning of
                                   current file
[f            [f                 same as "gf"
[i            [i                 show first line found in current and
                                   included files that contains the word under
                                   the cursor, start searching at beginning of
                                   current file
[m            [m              1  cursor N times back to start of member
                                   function
[p            [p              2  like "P", but adjust indent to current line
[s            [s              1  move to the previous misspelled word
[z            [z              1  move to start of open fold
[{            [{              1  cursor N times back to unmatched '{'
[<MiddleMouse> [<MiddleMouse> 2  same as "[p"

]_CTRL-D      ] CTRL-D           jump to first #define found in current and
                                   included files matching the word under the
                                   cursor, start searching at cursor position
]_CTRL-I      ] CTRL-I           jump to first line in current and included
                                   files that contains the word under the
                                   cursor, start searching at cursor position
]#            ]#              1  cursor to N next unmatched #endif or #else
]'            ]'              1  cursor to next lowercase mark, on first
                                   non-blank
])            ])              1  cursor N times forward to unmatched ')'
]star         ]*              1  same as "]/"
]`            ]`              1  cursor to next lowercase mark
]/            ]/              1  cursor to N next end of a C comment
]D            ]D                 list all #defines found in current and
                                   included files matching the word under the
                                   cursor, start searching at cursor position
]I            ]I                 list all lines found in current and
                                   included files that contain the word under
                                   the cursor, start searching at cursor
                                   position
]P            ]P              2  same as "[p"
][            ][              1  cursor N SECTIONS forward
]]            ]]              1  cursor N sections forward
]c            ]c              1  cursor N times forward to start of change
]d            ]d                 show first #define found in current and
                                   included files matching the word under the
                                   cursor, start searching at cursor position
]f            ]f                 same as "gf"
]i            ]i                 show first line found in current and
                                   included files that contains the word under
                                   the cursor, start searching at cursor
                                   position
]m            ]m              1  cursor N times forward to end of member
                                   function
]p            ]p              2  like "p", but adjust indent to current line
]s            ]s              1  move to next misspelled word
]z            ]z              1  move to end of open fold
]}            ]}              1  cursor N times forward to unmatched '}'
]<MiddleMouse> ]<MiddleMouse> 2  same as "]p"

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2.4 Commands starting with 'g'                                          g

tag             char          note action in Normal mode        
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
g_CTRL-A      g CTRL-A           only when compiled with MEM_PROFILE
                                   defined: dump a memory profile
g_CTRL-G      g CTRL-G           show information about current cursor
                                   position
g_CTRL-H      g CTRL-H           start Select block mode
g_CTRL-]      g CTRL-]           :tjump to the tag under the cursor
g#            g#              1  like "#", but without using "\<" and "\>"
g$            g$              1  when 'wrap' off go to rightmost character of
                                   the current line that is on the screen;
                                   when 'wrap' on go to the rightmost character
                                   of the current screen line
g&            g&              2  repeat last ":s" on all lines
g'            g'{mark}        1  like ' but without changing the jumplist
g`            g`{mark}        1  like ` but without changing the jumplist
gstar         g*              1  like "*", but without using "\<" and "\>"
g+            g+                 go to newer text state N times
g,            g,              1  go to N newer position in change list
g-            g-                 go to older text state N times
g0            g0              1  when 'wrap' off go to leftmost character of
                                   the current line that is on the screen;
                                   when 'wrap' on go to the leftmost character
                                   of the current screen line
g8            g8                 print hex value of bytes used in UTF-8
                                   character under the cursor
g;            g;              1  go to N older position in change list
g<            g<                 display previous command output
g?            g?              2  Rot13 encoding operator
g?g?          g??             2  Rot13 encode current line
g?g?          g?g?            2  Rot13 encode current line
gD            gD              1  go to definition of word under the cursor
                                   in current file
gE            gE              1  go backwards to the end of the previous
                                   WORD
gH            gH                 start Select line mode
gI            gI              2  like "I", but always start in column 1
gJ            gJ              2  join lines without inserting space
gN            gN            1,2  find the previous match with the last used
                                   search pattern and Visually select it
gP            ["x]gP          2  put the text [from register x] before the
                                   cursor N times, leave the cursor after it
gQ            gQ                  switch to "Ex" mode with Vim editing
gR            gR              2  enter Virtual Replace mode
gT            gT                 go to the previous tab page
gU            gU{motion}      2  make Nmove text uppercase
gV            gV                 don't reselect the previous Visual area
                                   when executing a mapping or menu in Select
                                   mode
g]            g]                 :tselect on the tag under the cursor
g^            g^              1  when 'wrap' off go to leftmost non-white
                                   character of the current line that is on
                                   the screen; when 'wrap' on go to the
                                   leftmost non-white character of the current
                                   screen line
g_            g_              1  cursor to the last CHAR N - 1 lines lower
ga            ga                 print ascii value of character under the
                                   cursor
gd            gd              1  go to definition of word under the cursor
                                   in current function
ge            ge              1  go backwards to the end of the previous
                                   word
gf            gf                 start editing the file whose name is under
                                   the cursor
gF            gF                 start editing the file whose name is under
                                   the cursor and jump to the line number
                                   following the filename.
gg            gg              1  cursor to line N, default first line
gh            gh                 start Select mode
gi            gi              2  like "i", but first move to the '^ mark
gj            gj              1  like "j", but when 'wrap' on go N screen
                                   lines down
gk            gk              1  like "k", but when 'wrap' on go N screen
                                   lines up
gn            gn            1,2  find the next match with the last used
                                   search pattern and Visually select it
gm            gm              1  go to character at middle of the screenline
go            go              1  cursor to byte N in the buffer
gp            ["x]gp          2  put the text [from register x] after the
                                   cursor N times, leave the cursor after it
gq            gq{motion}      2  format Nmove text
gr            gr{char}        2  virtual replace N chars with {char}
gs            gs                 go to sleep for N seconds (default 1)
gt            gt                 go to the next tab page
gu            gu{motion}      2  make Nmove text lowercase
gv            gv                 reselect the previous Visual area
gw            gw{motion}      2  format Nmove text and keep cursor
netrw-gx      gx                 execute application for file name under the
                                   cursor (only with netrw plugin)
g@            g@{motion}         call 'operatorfunc'
g~            g~{motion}      2  swap case for Nmove text
g<Down>       g<Down>         1  same as "gj"
g<End>        g<End>          1  same as "g$"
g<Home>       g<Home>         1  same as "g0"
g<LeftMouse>  g<LeftMouse>       same as <C-LeftMouse>
                g<MiddleMouse>     same as <C-MiddleMouse>
g<RightMouse> g<RightMouse>      same as <C-RightMouse>
g<Up>         g<Up>           1  same as "gk"

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2.5 Commands starting with 'z'                                          z

tag             char          note action in Normal mode        
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
z<CR>         z<CR>              redraw, cursor line to top of window,
                                   cursor on first non-blank
zN<CR>        z{height}<CR>      redraw, make window {height} lines high
z+            z+                 cursor on line N (default line below
                                   window), otherwise like "z<CR>"
z-            z-                 redraw, cursor line at bottom of window,
                                   cursor on first non-blank
z.            z.                 redraw, cursor line to center of window,
                                   cursor on first non-blank
z=            z=                 give spelling suggestions
zA            zA                 open a closed fold or close an open fold
                                   recursively
zC            zC                 close folds recursively
zD            zD                 delete folds recursively
zE            zE                 eliminate all folds
zF            zF                 create a fold for N lines
zG            zG                 mark word as good spelled word
zH            zH                 when 'wrap' off scroll half a screenwidth
                                   to the right
zL            zL                 when 'wrap' off scroll half a screenwidth
                                   to the left
zM            zM                 set 'foldlevel' to zero
zN            zN                 set 'foldenable'
zO            zO                 open folds recursively
zR            zR                 set 'foldlevel' to the deepest fold
zW            zW                 mark word as wrong (bad) spelled word
zX            zX                 re-apply 'foldlevel'
z^            z^                 cursor on line N (default line above
                                   window), otherwise like "z-"
za            za                 open a closed fold, close an open fold
zb            zb                 redraw, cursor line at bottom of window
zc            zc                 close a fold
zd            zd                 delete a fold
ze            ze                 when 'wrap' off scroll horizontally to
                                   position the cursor at the end (right side)
                                   of the screen
zf            zf{motion}         create a fold for Nmove text
zg            zg                 mark word as good spelled word
zh            zh                 when 'wrap' off scroll screen N characters
                                   to the right
zi            zi                 toggle 'foldenable'
zj            zj              1  move to the start of the next fold
zk            zk              1  move to the end of the previous fold
zl            zl                 when 'wrap' off scroll screen N characters
                                   to the left
zm            zm                 subtract one from 'foldlevel'
zn            zn                 reset 'foldenable'
zo            zo                 open fold
zr            zr                 add one to 'foldlevel'
zs            zs                 when 'wrap' off scroll horizontally to
                                   position the cursor at the start (left
                                   side) of the screen
zt            zt                 redraw, cursor line at top of window
zv            zv                 open enough folds to view the cursor line
zw            zw                 mark word as wrong (bad) spelled word
zx            zx                 re-apply 'foldlevel' and do "zv"
zz            zz                 redraw, cursor line at center of window
z<Left>       z<Left>            same as "zh"
z<Right>      z<Right>           same as "zl"

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3. Visual mode                                          visual-index

Most commands in Visual mode are the same as in Normal mode.  The ones listed
here are those that are different.

tag             command       note action in Visual mode        
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
v_CTRL-\_CTRL-N CTRL-\ CTRL-N    stop Visual mode
v_CTRL-\_CTRL-G CTRL-\ CTRL-G    go to mode specified with 'insertmode'
v_CTRL-A      CTRL-A          2  add N to number in highlighted text
v_CTRL-C      CTRL-C             stop Visual mode
v_CTRL-G      CTRL-G             toggle between Visual mode and Select mode
v_<BS>        <BS>            2  Select mode: delete highlighted area
v_CTRL-H      CTRL-H          2  same as <BS>
v_CTRL-O      CTRL-O             switch from Select to Visual mode for one
                                   command
v_CTRL-V      CTRL-V             make Visual mode blockwise or stop Visual
                                   mode
v_CTRL-X      CTRL-X          2  subtract N from number in highlighted text
v_<Esc>       <Esc>              stop Visual mode
v_CTRL-]      CTRL-]             jump to highlighted tag
v_!           !{filter}       2  filter the highlighted lines through the
                                   external command {filter}
v_:           :                  start a command-line with the highlighted
                                   lines as a range
v_<           <               2  shift the highlighted lines one
                                   'shiftwidth' left
v_=           =               2  filter the highlighted lines through the
                                   external program given with the 'equalprg'
                                   option
v_>           >               2  shift the highlighted lines one
                                   'shiftwidth' right
v_b_A         A               2  block mode: append same text in all lines,
                                   after the highlighted area
v_C           C               2  delete the highlighted lines and start
                                   insert
v_D           D               2  delete the highlighted lines
v_b_I         I               2  block mode: insert same text in all lines,
                                   before the highlighted area
v_J           J               2  join the highlighted lines
v_K           K                  run 'keywordprg' on the highlighted area
v_O           O                  Move horizontally to other corner of area.
                Q                  does not start Ex mode
v_R           R               2  delete the highlighted lines and start
                                   insert
v_S           S               2  delete the highlighted lines and start
                                   insert
v_U           U               2  make highlighted area uppercase
v_V           V                  make Visual mode linewise or stop Visual
                                   mode
v_X           X               2  delete the highlighted lines
v_Y           Y                  yank the highlighted lines
v_aquote      a"                 extend highlighted area with a double
                                   quoted string
v_a'          a'                 extend highlighted area with a single
                                   quoted string
v_a(          a(                 same as ab
v_a)          a)                 same as ab
v_a<          a<                 extend highlighted area with a <> block
v_a>          a>                 same as a<
v_aB          aB                 extend highlighted area with a {} block
v_aW          aW                 extend highlighted area with "a WORD"
v_a[          a[                 extend highlighted area with a [] block
v_a]          a]                 same as a[
v_a`          a`                 extend highlighted area with a backtick
                                   quoted string
v_ab          ab                 extend highlighted area with a () block
v_ap          ap                 extend highlighted area with a paragraph
v_as          as                 extend highlighted area with a sentence
v_at          at                 extend highlighted area with a tag block
v_aw          aw                 extend highlighted area with "a word"
v_a{          a{                 same as aB
v_a}          a}                 same as aB
v_c           c               2  delete highlighted area and start insert
v_d           d               2  delete highlighted area
v_g_CTRL-A    g CTRL-A        2  add N to number in highlighted text
v_g_CTRL-X    g CTRL-X        2  subtract N from number in highlighted text
v_gJ          gJ              2  join the highlighted lines without
                                   inserting spaces
v_gq          gq              2  format the highlighted lines
v_gv          gv                 exchange current and previous highlighted
                                   area
v_iquote      i"                 extend highlighted area with a double
                                   quoted string (without quotes)
v_i'          i'                 extend highlighted area with a single
                                   quoted string (without quotes)
v_i(          i(                 same as ib
v_i)          i)                 same as ib
v_i<          i<                 extend highlighted area with inner <> block
v_i>          i>                 same as i<
v_iB          iB                 extend highlighted area with inner {} block
v_iW          iW                 extend highlighted area with "inner WORD"
v_i[          i[                 extend highlighted area with inner [] block
v_i]          i]                 same as i[
v_i`          i`                 extend highlighted area with a backtick
                                   quoted string (without the backticks)
v_ib          ib                 extend highlighted area with inner () block
v_ip          ip                 extend highlighted area with inner paragraph
v_is          is                 extend highlighted area with inner sentence
v_it          it                 extend highlighted area with inner tag block
v_iw          iw                 extend highlighted area with "inner word"
v_i{          i{                 same as iB
v_i}          i}                 same as iB
v_o           o                  move cursor to other corner of area
v_r           r               2  delete highlighted area and start insert
v_s           s               2  delete highlighted area and start insert
v_u           u               2  make highlighted area lowercase
v_v           v                  make Visual mode characterwise or stop
                                   Visual mode
v_x           x               2  delete the highlighted area
v_y           y                  yank the highlighted area
v_~           ~               2  swap case for the highlighted area

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4. Command-line editing                                 ex-edit-index

Get to the command-line with the ':', '!', '/' or '?' commands.
Normal characters are inserted at the current cursor position.
"Completion" below refers to context-sensitive completion.  It will complete
file names, tags, commands etc. as appropriate.

tag             command       action in Command-line editing mode       
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                CTRL-@          not used
c_CTRL-A      CTRL-A          do completion on the pattern in front of the
                                cursor and insert all matches
c_CTRL-B      CTRL-B          cursor to begin of command-line
c_CTRL-C      CTRL-C          same as <Esc>
c_CTRL-D      CTRL-D          list completions that match the pattern in
                                front of the cursor
c_CTRL-E      CTRL-E          cursor to end of command-line
'cedit'       CTRL-F          default value for 'cedit': opens the
                                command-line window; otherwise not used
c_CTRL-G      CTRL-G          next match when 'incsearch' is active
c_<BS>        <BS>            delete the character in front of the cursor
c_digraph     {char1} <BS> {char2}
                                enter digraph when 'digraph' is on
c_CTRL-H      CTRL-H          same as <BS>
c_<Tab>       <Tab>           if 'wildchar' is <Tab>: Do completion on
                                the pattern in front of the cursor
c_<S-Tab>     <S-Tab>         same as CTRL-P
c_wildchar    'wildchar'      Do completion on the pattern in front of the
                                cursor (default: <Tab>)
c_CTRL-I      CTRL-I          same as <Tab>
c_<NL>        <NL>            same as <CR>
c_CTRL-J      CTRL-J          same as <CR>
c_CTRL-K      CTRL-K {char1} {char2}
                                enter digraph
c_CTRL-L      CTRL-L          do completion on the pattern in front of the
                                cursor and insert the longest common part
c_<CR>        <CR>            execute entered command
c_CTRL-M      CTRL-M          same as <CR>
c_CTRL-N      CTRL-N          after using 'wildchar' with multiple matches:
                                go to next match, otherwise: same as <Down>
                CTRL-O          not used
c_CTRL-P      CTRL-P          after using 'wildchar' with multiple matches:
                                go to previous match, otherwise: same as <Up>
c_CTRL-Q      CTRL-Q          same as CTRL-V, unless it's used for terminal
                                control flow
c_CTRL-R      CTRL-R {0-9a-z"%#*:= CTRL-F CTRL-P CTRL-W CTRL-A}
                                insert the contents of a register or object
                                under the cursor as if typed
c_CTRL-R_CTRL-R CTRL-R CTRL-R {0-9a-z"%#*:= CTRL-F CTRL-P CTRL-W CTRL-A}
                                insert the contents of a register or object
                                under the cursor literally
                CTRL-S          (used for terminal control flow)
c_CTRL-T      CTRL-T          previous match when 'incsearch' is active
c_CTRL-U      CTRL-U          remove all characters
c_CTRL-V      CTRL-V          insert next non-digit literally, insert three
                                digit decimal number as a single byte.
c_CTRL-W      CTRL-W          delete the word in front of the cursor
                CTRL-X          not used (reserved for completion)
                CTRL-Y          copy (yank) modeless selection
                CTRL-Z          not used (reserved for suspend)
c_<Esc>       <Esc>           abandon command-line without executing it
c_CTRL-[      CTRL-[          same as <Esc>
c_CTRL-\_CTRL-N CTRL-\ CTRL-N go to Normal mode, abandon command-line
c_CTRL-\_CTRL-G CTRL-\ CTRL-G go to mode specified with 'insertmode',
                                abandon command-line
                CTRL-\ a - d    reserved for extensions
c_CTRL-\_e    CTRL-\ e {expr} replace the command line with the result of
                                {expr}
                CTRL-\ f - z    reserved for extensions
                CTRL-\ others   not used
c_CTRL-]      CTRL-]          trigger abbreviation
c_CTRL-^      CTRL-^          toggle use of :lmap mappings
c_CTRL-_      CTRL-_          when 'allowrevins' set: change language
                                (Hebrew, Farsi)
c_<Del>       <Del>           delete the character under the cursor

c_<Left>      <Left>          cursor left
c_<S-Left>    <S-Left>        cursor one word left
c_<C-Left>    <C-Left>        cursor one word left
c_<Right>     <Right>         cursor right
c_<S-Right>   <S-Right>       cursor one word right
c_<C-Right>   <C-Right>       cursor one word right
c_<Up>        <Up>            recall previous command-line from history that
                                matches pattern in front of the cursor
c_<S-Up>      <S-Up>          recall previous command-line from history
c_<Down>      <Down>          recall next command-line from history that
                                matches pattern in front of the cursor
c_<S-Down>    <S-Down>        recall next command-line from history
c_<Home>      <Home>          cursor to start of command-line
c_<End>       <End>           cursor to end of command-line
c_<PageDown>  <PageDown>      same as <S-Down>
c_<PageUp>    <PageUp>        same as <S-Up>
c_<Insert>    <Insert>        toggle insert/overstrike mode
c_<LeftMouse> <LeftMouse>     cursor at mouse click

You found it, Arthur!                           holy-grail :smile

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5. EX commands                                  ex-cmd-index :index

This is a brief but complete listing of all the ":" commands, without
mentioning any arguments.  The optional part of the command name is inside [].
The commands are sorted on the non-optional part of their name.

tag           command         action 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
:!            :!              filter lines or execute an external command
:!!           :!!             repeat last ":!" command
:#            :#              same as ":number"
:&            :&              repeat last ":substitute"
:star         :*              execute contents of a register
:<            :<              shift lines one 'shiftwidth' left
:=            :=              print the cursor line number
:>            :>              shift lines one 'shiftwidth' right
:@            :@              execute contents of a register
:@@           :@@             repeat the previous ":@"
:Next         :N[ext]         go to previous file in the argument list
:Print        :P[rint]        print lines
:X            :X              ask for encryption key
:append       :a[ppend]       append text
:abbreviate   :ab[breviate]   enter abbreviation
:abclear      :abc[lear]      remove all abbreviations
:aboveleft    :abo[veleft]    make split window appear left or above
:all          :al[l]          open a window for each file in the argument
                                list
:amenu        :am[enu]        enter new menu item for all modes
:anoremenu    :an[oremenu]    enter a new menu for all modes that will not
                                be remapped
:args         :ar[gs]         print the argument list
:argadd       :arga[dd]       add items to the argument list
:argdelete    :argd[elete]    delete items from the argument list
:argedit      :arge[dit]      add item to the argument list and edit it
:argdo        :argdo          do a command on all items in the argument list
:argglobal    :argg[lobal]    define the global argument list
:arglocal     :argl[ocal]     define a local argument list
:argument     :argu[ment]     go to specific file in the argument list
:ascii        :as[cii]        print ascii value of character under the cursor
:autocmd      :au[tocmd]      enter or show autocommands
:augroup      :aug[roup]      select the autocommand group to use
:aunmenu      :aun[menu]      remove menu for all modes
:buffer       :b[uffer]       go to specific buffer in the buffer list
:bNext        :bN[ext]        go to previous buffer in the buffer list
:ball         :ba[ll]         open a window for each buffer in the buffer list
:badd         :bad[d]         add buffer to the buffer list
:bdelete      :bd[elete]      remove a buffer from the buffer list
:behave       :be[have]       set mouse and selection behavior
:belowright   :bel[owright]   make split window appear right or below
:bfirst       :bf[irst]       go to first buffer in the buffer list
:blast        :bl[ast]        go to last buffer in the buffer list
:bmodified    :bm[odified]    go to next buffer in the buffer list that has
                                been modified
:bnext        :bn[ext]        go to next buffer in the buffer list
:botright     :bo[tright]     make split window appear at bottom or far right
:bprevious    :bp[revious]    go to previous buffer in the buffer list
:brewind      :br[ewind]      go to first buffer in the buffer list
:break        :brea[k]        break out of while loop
:breakadd     :breaka[dd]     add a debugger breakpoint
:breakdel     :breakd[el]     delete a debugger breakpoint
:breaklist    :breakl[ist]    list debugger breakpoints
:browse       :bro[wse]       use file selection dialog
:bufdo        :bufdo          execute command in each listed buffer
:buffers      :buffers        list all files in the buffer list
:bunload      :bun[load]      unload a specific buffer
:bwipeout     :bw[ipeout]     really delete a buffer
:change       :c[hange]       replace a line or series of lines
:cNext        :cN[ext]        go to previous error
:cNfile       :cNf[ile]       go to last error in previous file
:cabbrev      :ca[bbrev]      like ":abbreviate" but for Command-line mode
:cabclear     :cabc[lear]     clear all abbreviations for Command-line mode
:caddbuffer   :cad[dbuffer]   add errors from buffer
:caddexpr     :cadde[xpr]     add errors from expr
:caddfile     :caddf[ile]     add error message to current quickfix list
:call         :cal[l]         call a function
:catch        :cat[ch]        part of a :try command
:cbottom      :cbo[ttom]      scroll to the bottom of the quickfix window
:cbuffer      :cb[uffer]      parse error messages and jump to first error
:cc           :cc             go to specific error
:cclose       :ccl[ose]       close quickfix window
:cd           :cd             change directory
:cdo          :cdo            execute command in each valid error list entry
:cfdo         :cfd[o]         execute command in each file in error list
:center       :ce[nter]       format lines at the center
:cexpr        :cex[pr]        read errors from expr and jump to first
:cfile        :cf[ile]        read file with error messages and jump to first
:cfirst       :cfir[st]       go to the specified error, default first one
:cgetbuffer   :cgetb[uffer]   get errors from buffer
:cgetexpr     :cgete[xpr]     get errors from expr
:cgetfile     :cg[etfile]     read file with error messages
:changes      :changes        print the change list
:chdir        :chd[ir]        change directory
:checkpath    :che[ckpath]    list included files
:checktime    :checkt[ime]    check timestamp of loaded buffers
:chistory     :chi[story]     list the error lists
:clast        :cla[st]        go to the specified error, default last one
:clearjumps   :cle[arjumps]   clear the jump list
:clist        :cl[ist]        list all errors
:close        :clo[se]        close current window
:cmap         :cm[ap]         like ":map" but for Command-line mode
:cmapclear    :cmapc[lear]    clear all mappings for Command-line mode
:cmenu        :cme[nu]        add menu for Command-line mode
:cnext        :cn[ext]        go to next error
:cnewer       :cnew[er]       go to newer error list
:cnfile       :cnf[ile]       go to first error in next file
:cnoremap     :cno[remap]     like ":noremap" but for Command-line mode
:cnoreabbrev  :cnorea[bbrev]  like ":noreabbrev" but for Command-line mode
:cnoremenu    :cnoreme[nu]    like ":noremenu" but for Command-line mode
:copy         :co[py]         copy lines
:colder       :col[der]       go to older error list
:colorscheme  :colo[rscheme]  load a specific color scheme
:command      :com[mand]      create user-defined command
:comclear     :comc[lear]     clear all user-defined commands
:compiler     :comp[iler]     do settings for a specific compiler
:continue     :con[tinue]     go back to :while
:confirm      :conf[irm]      prompt user when confirmation required
:copen        :cope[n]        open quickfix window
:cprevious    :cp[revious]    go to previous error
:cpfile       :cpf[ile]       go to last error in previous file
:cquit        :cq[uit]        quit Vim with an error code
:crewind      :cr[ewind]      go to the specified error, default first one
:cscope       :cs[cope]       execute cscope command
:cstag        :cst[ag]        use cscope to jump to a tag
:cunmap       :cu[nmap]       like ":unmap" but for Command-line mode
:cunabbrev    :cuna[bbrev]    like ":unabbrev" but for Command-line mode
:cunmenu      :cunme[nu]      remove menu for Command-line mode
:cwindow      :cw[indow]      open or close quickfix window
:delete       :d[elete]       delete lines
:delmarks     :delm[arks]     delete marks
:debug        :deb[ug]        run a command in debugging mode
:debuggreedy  :debugg[reedy]  read debug mode commands from normal input
:delcommand   :delc[ommand]   delete user-defined command
:delfunction  :delf[unction]  delete a user function
:diffupdate   :dif[fupdate]   update 'diff' buffers
:diffget      :diffg[et]      remove differences in current buffer
:diffoff      :diffo[ff]      switch off diff mode
:diffpatch    :diffp[atch]    apply a patch and show differences
:diffput      :diffpu[t]      remove differences in other buffer
:diffsplit    :diffs[plit]    show differences with another file
:diffthis     :diffthis       make current window a diff window
:digraphs     :dig[raphs]     show or enter digraphs
:display      :di[splay]      display registers
:djump        :dj[ump]        jump to #define
:dl           :dl             short for :delete with the 'l' flag
:del          :del[ete]l      short for :delete with the 'l' flag
:dlist        :dli[st]        list #defines
:doautocmd    :do[autocmd]    apply autocommands to current buffer
:doautoall    :doautoa[ll]    apply autocommands for all loaded buffers
:dp           :d[elete]p      short for :delete with the 'p' flag
:drop         :dr[op]         jump to window editing file or edit file in
                                current window
:dsearch      :ds[earch]      list one #define
:dsplit       :dsp[lit]       split window and jump to #define
:edit         :e[dit]         edit a file
:earlier      :ea[rlier]      go to older change, undo
:echo         :ec[ho]         echoes the result of expressions
:echoerr      :echoe[rr]      like :echo, show like an error and use history
:echohl       :echoh[l]       set highlighting for echo commands
:echomsg      :echom[sg]      same as :echo, put message in history
:echon        :echon          same as :echo, but without <EOL>
:else         :el[se]         part of an :if command
:elseif       :elsei[f]       part of an :if command
:emenu        :em[enu]        execute a menu by name
:endif        :en[dif]        end previous :if
:endfor       :endfo[r]       end previous :for
:endfunction  :endf[unction]  end of a user function
:endtry       :endt[ry]       end previous :try
:endwhile     :endw[hile]     end previous :while
:enew         :ene[w]         edit a new, unnamed buffer
:ex           :ex             same as ":edit"
:execute      :exe[cute]      execute result of expressions
:exit         :exi[t]         same as ":xit"
:exusage      :exu[sage]      overview of Ex commands
:file         :f[ile]         show or set the current file name
:files        :files          list all files in the buffer list
:filetype     :filet[ype]     switch file type detection on/off
:filter       :filt[er]       filter output of following command
:find         :fin[d]         find file in 'path' and edit it
:finally      :fina[lly]      part of a :try command
:finish       :fini[sh]       quit sourcing a Vim script
:first        :fir[st]        go to the first file in the argument list
:fixdel       :fix[del]       set key code of <Del>
:fold         :fo[ld]         create a fold
:foldclose    :foldc[lose]    close folds
:folddoopen   :foldd[oopen]   execute command on lines not in a closed fold
:folddoclosed :folddoc[losed] execute command on lines in a closed fold
:foldopen     :foldo[pen]     open folds
:for          :for            for loop
:function     :fu[nction]     define a user function
:global       :g[lobal]       execute commands for matching lines
:goto         :go[to]         go to byte in the buffer
:grep         :gr[ep]         run 'grepprg' and jump to first match
:grepadd      :grepa[dd]      like :grep, but append to current list
:gui          :gu[i]          start the GUI
:gvim         :gv[im]         start the GUI
:hardcopy     :ha[rdcopy]     send text to the printer
:help         :h[elp]         open a help window
:helpclose    :helpc[lose]    close one help window
:helpfind     :helpf[ind]     dialog to open a help window
:helpgrep     :helpg[rep]     like ":grep" but searches help files
:helptags     :helpt[ags]     generate help tags for a directory
:highlight    :hi[ghlight]    specify highlighting methods
:hide         :hid[e]         hide current buffer for a command
:history      :his[tory]      print a history list
:insert       :i[nsert]       insert text
:iabbrev      :ia[bbrev]      like ":abbrev" but for Insert mode
:iabclear     :iabc[lear]     like ":abclear" but for Insert mode
:if           :if             execute commands when condition met
:ijump        :ij[ump]        jump to definition of identifier
:ilist        :il[ist]        list lines where identifier matches
:imap         :im[ap]         like ":map" but for Insert mode
:imapclear    :imapc[lear]    like ":mapclear" but for Insert mode
:imenu        :ime[nu]        add menu for Insert mode
:inoremap     :ino[remap]     like ":noremap" but for Insert mode
:inoreabbrev  :inorea[bbrev]  like ":noreabbrev" but for Insert mode
:inoremenu    :inoreme[nu]    like ":noremenu" but for Insert mode
:intro        :int[ro]        print the introductory message
:isearch      :is[earch]      list one line where identifier matches
:isplit       :isp[lit]       split window and jump to definition of
                                identifier
:iunmap       :iu[nmap]       like ":unmap" but for Insert mode
:iunabbrev    :iuna[bbrev]    like ":unabbrev" but for Insert mode
:iunmenu      :iunme[nu]      remove menu for Insert mode
:join         :j[oin]         join lines
:jumps        :ju[mps]        print the jump list
:k            :k              set a mark
:keepalt      :keepa[lt]      following command keeps the alternate file
:keepmarks    :kee[pmarks]    following command keeps marks where they are
:keepjumps    :keepj[umps]    following command keeps jumplist and marks
:keeppatterns :keepp[atterns] following command keeps search pattern history
:lNext        :lN[ext]        go to previous entry in location list
:lNfile       :lNf[ile]       go to last entry in previous file
:list         :l[ist]         print lines
:laddexpr     :lad[dexpr]     add locations from expr
:laddbuffer   :laddb[uffer]   add locations from buffer
:laddfile     :laddf[ile]     add locations to current location list
:last         :la[st]         go to the last file in the argument list
:language     :lan[guage]     set the language (locale)
:later        :lat[er]        go to newer change, redo
:lbottom      :lbo[ttom]      scroll to the bottom of the location window
:lbuffer      :lb[uffer]      parse locations and jump to first location
:lcd          :lc[d]          change directory locally
:lchdir       :lch[dir]       change directory locally
:lclose       :lcl[ose]       close location window
:lcscope      :lcs[cope]      like ":cscope" but uses location list
:ldo          :ld[o]          execute command in valid location list entries
:lfdo         :lfd[o]         execute command in each file in location list
:left         :le[ft]         left align lines
:leftabove    :lefta[bove]    make split window appear left or above
:let          :let            assign a value to a variable or option
:lexpr        :lex[pr]        read locations from expr and jump to first
:lfile        :lf[ile]        read file with locations and jump to first
:lfirst       :lfir[st]       go to the specified location, default first one
:lgetbuffer   :lgetb[uffer]   get locations from buffer
:lgetexpr     :lgete[xpr]     get locations from expr
:lgetfile     :lg[etfile]     read file with locations
:lgrep        :lgr[ep]        run 'grepprg' and jump to first match
:lgrepadd     :lgrepa[dd]     like :grep, but append to current list
:lhelpgrep    :lh[elpgrep]    like ":helpgrep" but uses location list
:lhistory     :lhi[story]     list the location lists
:ll           :ll             go to specific location
:llast        :lla[st]        go to the specified location, default last one
:llist        :lli[st]        list all locations
:lmake        :lmak[e]        execute external command 'makeprg' and parse
                                error messages
:lmap         :lm[ap]         like ":map!" but includes Lang-Arg mode
:lmapclear    :lmapc[lear]    like ":mapclear!" but includes Lang-Arg mode
:lnext        :lne[xt]        go to next location
:lnewer       :lnew[er]       go to newer location list
:lnfile       :lnf[ile]       go to first location in next file
:lnoremap     :ln[oremap]     like ":noremap!" but includes Lang-Arg mode
:loadkeymap   :loadk[eymap]   load the following keymaps until EOF
:loadview     :lo[adview]     load view for current window from a file
:lockmarks    :loc[kmarks]    following command keeps marks where they are
:lockvar      :lockv[ar]      lock variables
:lolder       :lol[der]       go to older location list
:lopen        :lope[n]        open location window
:lprevious    :lp[revious]    go to previous location
:lpfile       :lpf[ile]       go to last location in previous file
:lrewind      :lr[ewind]      go to the specified location, default first one
:ls           :ls             list all buffers
:ltag         :lt[ag]         jump to tag and add matching tags to the
                                location list
:lunmap       :lu[nmap]       like ":unmap!" but includes Lang-Arg mode
:lua          :lua            execute Lua command
:luado        :luad[o]        execute Lua command for each line
:luafile      :luaf[ile]      execute Lua script file
:lvimgrep     :lv[imgrep]     search for pattern in files
:lvimgrepadd  :lvimgrepa[dd]  like :vimgrep, but append to current list
:lwindow      :lw[indow]      open or close location window
:move         :m[ove]         move lines
:mark         :ma[rk]         set a mark
:make         :mak[e]         execute external command 'makeprg' and parse
                                error messages
:map          :map            show or enter a mapping
:mapclear     :mapc[lear]     clear all mappings for Normal and Visual mode
:marks        :marks          list all marks
:match        :mat[ch]        define a match to highlight
:menu         :me[nu]         enter a new menu item
:menutranslate  :menut[ranslate] add a menu translation item
:messages     :mes[sages]     view previously displayed messages
:mkexrc       :mk[exrc]       write current mappings and settings to a file
:mksession    :mks[ession]    write session info to a file
:mkspell      :mksp[ell]      produce .spl spell file
:mkvimrc      :mkv[imrc]      write current mappings and settings to a file
:mkview       :mkvie[w]       write view of current window to a file
:mode         :mod[e]         show or change the screen mode
:mzscheme     :mz[scheme]     execute MzScheme command
:mzfile       :mzf[ile]       execute MzScheme script file
:nbclose      :nbc[lose]      close the current Netbeans session
:nbkey        :nb[key]        pass a key to Netbeans
:nbstart      :nbs[art]       start a new Netbeans session
:next         :n[ext]         go to next file in the argument list
:new          :new            create a new empty window
:nmap         :nm[ap]         like ":map" but for Normal mode
:nmapclear    :nmapc[lear]    clear all mappings for Normal mode
:nmenu        :nme[nu]        add menu for Normal mode
:nnoremap     :nn[oremap]     like ":noremap" but for Normal mode
:nnoremenu    :nnoreme[nu]    like ":noremenu" but for Normal mode
:noautocmd    :noa[utocmd]    following commands don't trigger autocommands
:noremap      :no[remap]      enter a mapping that will not be remapped
:nohlsearch   :noh[lsearch]   suspend 'hlsearch' highlighting
:noreabbrev   :norea[bbrev]   enter an abbreviation that will not be
                                remapped
:noremenu     :noreme[nu]     enter a menu that will not be remapped
:normal       :norm[al]       execute Normal mode commands
:noswapfile   :nos[wapfile]   following commands don't create a swap file
:number       :nu[mber]       print lines with line number
:nunmap       :nun[map]       like ":unmap" but for Normal mode
:nunmenu      :nunme[nu]      remove menu for Normal mode
:oldfiles     :ol[dfiles]     list files that have marks in the viminfo file
:open         :o[pen]         start open mode (not implemented)
:omap         :om[ap]         like ":map" but for Operator-pending mode
:omapclear    :omapc[lear]    remove all mappings for Operator-pending mode
:omenu        :ome[nu]        add menu for Operator-pending mode
:only         :on[ly]         close all windows except the current one
:onoremap     :ono[remap]     like ":noremap" but for Operator-pending mode
:onoremenu    :onoreme[nu]    like ":noremenu" but for Operator-pending mode
:options      :opt[ions]      open the options-window
:ounmap       :ou[nmap]       like ":unmap" but for Operator-pending mode
:ounmenu      :ounme[nu]      remove menu for Operator-pending mode
:ownsyntax    :ow[nsyntax]    set new local syntax highlight for this window
:packadd      :pa[ckadd]      add a plugin from 'packpath'
:packloadall  :packl[oadall]  load all packages under 'packpath'
:pclose       :pc[lose]       close preview window
:pedit        :ped[it]        edit file in the preview window
:perl         :pe[rl]         execute Perl command
:print        :p[rint]        print lines
:profdel      :profd[el]      stop profiling a function or script
:profile      :prof[ile]      profiling functions and scripts
:promptfind   :pro[mptfind]   open GUI dialog for searching
:promptrepl   :promptr[epl]   open GUI dialog for search/replace
:perldo       :perld[o]       execute Perl command for each line
:pop          :po[p]          jump to older entry in tag stack
:popup        :popu[p]        popup a menu by name
:ppop         :pp[op]         ":pop" in preview window
:preserve     :pre[serve]     write all text to swap file
:previous     :prev[ious]     go to previous file in argument list
:psearch      :ps[earch]      like ":ijump" but shows match in preview window
:ptag         :pt[ag]         show tag in preview window
:ptNext       :ptN[ext]       :tNext in preview window
:ptfirst      :ptf[irst]      :trewind in preview window
:ptjump       :ptj[ump]       :tjump and show tag in preview window
:ptlast       :ptl[ast]       :tlast in preview window
:ptnext       :ptn[ext]       :tnext in preview window
:ptprevious   :ptp[revious]   :tprevious in preview window
:ptrewind     :ptr[ewind]     :trewind in preview window
:ptselect     :pts[elect]     :tselect and show tag in preview window
:put          :pu[t]          insert contents of register in the text
:pwd          :pw[d]          print current directory
:py3          :py3            execute Python 3 command
:python3      :python3        same as :py3
:py3do        :py3d[o]        execute Python 3 command for each line
:py3file      :py3f[ile]      execute Python 3 script file
:python       :py[thon]       execute Python command
:pydo         :pyd[o]         execute Python command for each line
:pyfile       :pyf[ile]       execute Python script file
:quit         :q[uit]         quit current window (when one window quit Vim)
:quitall      :quita[ll]      quit Vim
:qall         :qa[ll]         quit Vim
:read         :r[ead]         read file into the text
:recover      :rec[over]      recover a file from a swap file
:redo         :red[o]         redo one undone change
:redir        :redi[r]        redirect messages to a file or register
:redraw       :redr[aw]       force a redraw of the display
:redrawstatus :redraws[tatus] force a redraw of the status line(s)
:registers    :reg[isters]    display the contents of registers
:resize       :res[ize]       change current window height
:retab        :ret[ab]        change tab size
:return       :retu[rn]       return from a user function
:rewind       :rew[ind]       go to the first file in the argument list
:right        :ri[ght]        right align text
:rightbelow   :rightb[elow]   make split window appear right or below
:ruby         :rub[y]         execute Ruby command
:rubydo       :rubyd[o]       execute Ruby command for each line
:rubyfile     :rubyf[ile]     execute Ruby script file
:rundo        :rund[o]        read undo information from a file
:runtime      :ru[ntime]      source vim scripts in 'runtimepath'
:rviminfo     :rv[iminfo]     read from viminfo file
:substitute   :s[ubstitute]   find and replace text
:sNext        :sN[ext]        split window and go to previous file in
                                argument list
:sandbox      :san[dbox]      execute a command in the sandbox
:sargument    :sa[rgument]    split window and go to specific file in
                                argument list
:sall         :sal[l]         open a window for each file in argument list
:saveas       :sav[eas]       save file under another name.
:sbuffer      :sb[uffer]      split window and go to specific file in the
                                buffer list
:sbNext       :sbN[ext]       split window and go to previous file in the
                                buffer list
:sball        :sba[ll]        open a window for each file in the buffer list
:sbfirst      :sbf[irst]      split window and go to first file in the
                                buffer list
:sblast       :sbl[ast]       split window and go to last file in buffer
                                list
:sbmodified   :sbm[odified]   split window and go to modified file in the
                                buffer list
:sbnext       :sbn[ext]       split window and go to next file in the buffer
                                list
:sbprevious   :sbp[revious]   split window and go to previous file in the
                                buffer list
:sbrewind     :sbr[ewind]     split window and go to first file in the
                                buffer list
:scriptnames  :scr[iptnames]  list names of all sourced Vim scripts
:scriptencoding :scripte[ncoding]     encoding used in sourced Vim script
:scscope      :scs[cope]      split window and execute cscope command
:set          :se[t]          show or set options
:setfiletype  :setf[iletype]  set 'filetype', unless it was set already
:setglobal    :setg[lobal]    show global values of options
:setlocal     :setl[ocal]     show or set options locally
:sfind        :sf[ind]        split current window and edit file in 'path'
:sfirst       :sfir[st]       split window and go to first file in the
                                argument list
:shell        :sh[ell]        escape to a shell
:simalt       :sim[alt]       Win32 GUI: simulate Windows ALT key
:sign         :sig[n]         manipulate signs
:silent       :sil[ent]       run a command silently
:sleep        :sl[eep]        do nothing for a few seconds
:slast        :sla[st]        split window and go to last file in the
                                argument list
:smagic       :sm[agic]       :substitute with 'magic'
:smap         :smap           like ":map" but for Select mode
:smapclear    :smapc[lear]    remove all mappings for Select mode
:smenu        :sme[nu]        add menu for Select mode
:smile        :smi[le]        make the user happy
:snext        :sn[ext]        split window and go to next file in the
                                argument list
:snomagic     :sno[magic]     :substitute with 'nomagic'
:snoremap     :snor[emap]     like ":noremap" but for Select mode
:snoremenu    :snoreme[nu]    like ":noremenu" but for Select mode
:sort         :sor[t]         sort lines
:source       :so[urce]       read Vim or Ex commands from a file
:spelldump    :spelld[ump]    split window and fill with all correct words
:spellgood    :spe[llgood]    add good word for spelling
:spellinfo    :spelli[nfo]    show info about loaded spell files
:spellrepall  :spellr[epall]  replace all bad words like last z=
:spellundo    :spellu[ndo]    remove good or bad word
:spellwrong   :spellw[rong]   add spelling mistake
:split        :sp[lit]        split current window
:sprevious    :spr[evious]    split window and go to previous file in the
                                argument list
:srewind      :sre[wind]      split window and go to first file in the
                                argument list
:stop         :st[op]         suspend the editor or escape to a shell
:stag         :sta[g]         split window and jump to a tag
:startinsert  :star[tinsert]  start Insert mode
:startgreplace  :startg[replace] start Virtual Replace mode
:startreplace :startr[eplace] start Replace mode
:stopinsert   :stopi[nsert]   stop Insert mode
:stjump       :stj[ump]       do ":tjump" and split window
:stselect     :sts[elect]     do ":tselect" and split window
:sunhide      :sun[hide]      same as ":unhide"
:sunmap       :sunm[ap]       like ":unmap" but for Select mode
:sunmenu      :sunme[nu]      remove menu for Select mode
:suspend      :sus[pend]      same as ":stop"
:sview        :sv[iew]        split window and edit file read-only
:swapname     :sw[apname]     show the name of the current swap file
:syntax       :sy[ntax]       syntax highlighting
:syntime      :synti[me]      measure syntax highlighting speed
:syncbind     :sync[bind]     sync scroll binding
:t            :t              same as ":copy"
:tNext        :tN[ext]        jump to previous matching tag
:tabNext      :tabN[ext]      go to previous tab page
:tabclose     :tabc[lose]     close current tab page
:tabdo        :tabdo          execute command in each tab page
:tabedit      :tabe[dit]      edit a file in a new tab page
:tabfind      :tabf[ind]      find file in 'path', edit it in a new tab page
:tabfirst     :tabfir[st]     go to first tab page
:tablast      :tabl[ast]      go to last tab page
:tabmove      :tabm[ove]      move tab page to other position
:tabnew       :tabnew         edit a file in a new tab page
:tabnext      :tabn[ext]      go to next tab page
:tabonly      :tabo[nly]      close all tab pages except the current one
:tabprevious  :tabp[revious]  go to previous tab page
:tabrewind    :tabr[ewind]    go to first tab page
:tabs         :tabs           list the tab pages and what they contain
:tab          :tab            create new tab when opening new window
:tag          :ta[g]          jump to tag
:tags         :tags           show the contents of the tag stack
:tcl          :tc[l]          execute Tcl command
:tcldo        :tcld[o]        execute Tcl command for each line
:tclfile      :tclf[ile]      execute Tcl script file
:tearoff      :te[aroff]      tear-off a menu
:tfirst       :tf[irst]       jump to first matching tag
:throw        :th[row]        throw an exception
:tjump        :tj[ump]        like ":tselect", but jump directly when there
                                is only one match
:tlast        :tl[ast]        jump to last matching tag
:tmenu        :tm[enu]        define menu tooltip
:tnext        :tn[ext]        jump to next matching tag
:topleft      :to[pleft]      make split window appear at top or far left
:tprevious    :tp[revious]    jump to previous matching tag
:trewind      :tr[ewind]      jump to first matching tag
:try          :try            execute commands, abort on error or exception
:tselect      :ts[elect]      list matching tags and select one
:tunmenu      :tu[nmenu]      remove menu tooltip
:undo         :u[ndo]         undo last change(s)
:undojoin     :undoj[oin]     join next change with previous undo block
:undolist     :undol[ist]     list leafs of the undo tree
:unabbreviate :una[bbreviate] remove abbreviation
:unhide       :unh[ide]       open a window for each loaded file in the
                                buffer list
:unlet        :unl[et]        delete variable
:unlockvar    :unlo[ckvar]    unlock variables
:unmap        :unm[ap]        remove mapping
:unmenu       :unme[nu]       remove menu
:unsilent     :uns[ilent]     run a command not silently
:update       :up[date]       write buffer if modified
:vglobal      :v[global]      execute commands for not matching lines
:version      :ve[rsion]      print version number and other info
:verbose      :verb[ose]      execute command with 'verbose' set
:vertical     :vert[ical]     make following command split vertically
:vimgrep      :vim[grep]      search for pattern in files
:vimgrepadd   :vimgrepa[dd]   like :vimgrep, but append to current list
:visual       :vi[sual]       same as ":edit", but turns off "Ex" mode
:viusage      :viu[sage]      overview of Normal mode commands
:view         :vie[w]         edit a file read-only
:vmap         :vm[ap]         like ":map" but for Visual+Select mode
:vmapclear    :vmapc[lear]    remove all mappings for Visual+Select mode
:vmenu        :vme[nu]        add menu for Visual+Select mode
:vnew         :vne[w]         create a new empty window, vertically split
:vnoremap     :vn[oremap]     like ":noremap" but for Visual+Select mode
:vnoremenu    :vnoreme[nu]    like ":noremenu" but for Visual+Select mode
:vsplit       :vs[plit]       split current window vertically
:vunmap       :vu[nmap]       like ":unmap" but for Visual+Select mode
:vunmenu      :vunme[nu]      remove menu for Visual+Select mode
:windo        :windo          execute command in each window
:write        :w[rite]        write to a file
:wNext        :wN[ext]        write to a file and go to previous file in
                                argument list
:wall         :wa[ll]         write all (changed) buffers
:while        :wh[ile]        execute loop for as long as condition met
:winsize      :wi[nsize]      get or set window size (obsolete)
:wincmd       :winc[md]       execute a Window (CTRL-W) command
:winpos       :winp[os]       get or set window position
:wnext        :wn[ext]        write to a file and go to next file in
                                argument list
:wprevious    :wp[revious]    write to a file and go to previous file in
                                argument list
:wq           :wq             write to a file and quit window or Vim
:wqall        :wqa[ll]        write all changed buffers and quit Vim
:wsverb       :ws[verb]       pass the verb to workshop over IPC
:wundo        :wu[ndo]        write undo information to a file
:wviminfo     :wv[iminfo]     write to viminfo file
:xit          :x[it]          write if buffer changed and quit window or Vim
:xall         :xa[ll]         same as ":wqall"
:xmapclear    :xmapc[lear]    remove all mappings for Visual mode
:xmap         :xm[ap]         like ":map" but for Visual mode
:xmenu        :xme[nu]        add menu for Visual mode
:xnoremap     :xn[oremap]     like ":noremap" but for Visual mode
:xnoremenu    :xnoreme[nu]    like ":noremenu" but for Visual mode
:xunmap       :xu[nmap]       like ":unmap" but for Visual mode
:xunmenu      :xunme[nu]      remove menu for Visual mode
:yank         :y[ank]         yank lines into a register
:z            :z              print some lines
:~            :~              repeat last ":substitute"


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