9 - ‘ yi/yim Modes yi operates in two...

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Unformatted text preview: ‘ yi/yim Modes - yi operates in two different "modes": . Command mode . yi starts up in this mode . Whateyer you type is interpreted as a command - not text to be inserted into the file. . Insert mode .. This is the mode you use to type (insert) text. . You can press 'i‘ to enter the insert mode. . Once in this mode, whateye' you type is interpreted as text to be inciuded in the file. . Must press the ESC (escape) key to exit this mode and retum to command mode. ...
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