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This article is written by SathiyaMoorthy.   This article is part of the on-going Vi / Vim Tips and Tricks Series.  In this article, let us review how to use Vim Editor for composing email in Thunderbird.     External editor Plugin does the magic of composing email in Vi/Vim editor easily, allowing us to [...]

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8 Essential Vim Editor Navigation Fundamentals

Photo courtesy of Håkan Dahlström This article is written by SathiyaMoorthy. This article is part of the ongoing Vi / Vim Tips and Tricks series. Navigation is a vital part of text editing. To be very productive, you should be aware of all possible navigation shortcuts in your editor. In this article, let us review [...]

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Make Vim as Your Bash-IDE Using bash-support Plugin

This post is written by SathiyaMoorthy. This article is part of the ongoing Vi / Vim Tips and Tricks Series. As a Linux sysadmin or programmer, you may do following repetitive tasks while coding bash shell script: Adding file header Adding function/frame comment Including default code snippet Performing syntax check Reading documentation about a function [...]

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How To Add Bookmarks Inside Vim Editor

Photo courtesy of secretlondon123 This is a guest post written by SathiyaMoorthy This article is part of the ongoing Vi / Vim Tips and Tricks series. Mark is a bookmarking feature inside Vim editor, where you can bookmark a particular line and later return to it quickly.  If you are using Vim editor regularly, this [...]

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Tutorial: Make Vim as Your C/C++ IDE Using c.vim Plugin

This article is part of the ongoing Vi / Vim Tips and Tricks Series. As a programmer, you may do lot of repetitive tasks while coding such as: Adding file header Adding function/frame comment Including default code snippet Performing syntax check Reading documentation about a function Converting a code block to comment, and vice versa [...]

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Holiday Giveaway: Win Learning Nagios 3.0 Book

It's Holiday Season and I have a gift for you. As part of the first contest at The Geek Stuff, I will be giving away three copies of Learning Nagios 3.0 PDF version of the book written by Wojciech Kocjan. All you have to do is let us know your favorite Unix command with a [...]

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