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30.2 What We Cover

The articles in this chapter show you how to get the most for your money from vi and ex. If you've been using vi for a while, you may already know a lot of these things - but take a quick look at this list of topics to see if there's anything new to you:

When you type a : (colon) command in vi, you're beginning an ex command. There's more information about ex in a later chapter: articles 33.3, 33.4, and 33.5.

- EK


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