vim tutorial: vim cursor move

Vim cursor movement can help us quickly locate the position.

This article will show you how to use vim shortcut keys to move the cursor.

Vim cursor movement shortcut keys:

  • up, down, left, and right
    • keyboard direction keys
    • k, j, h, l
  • to the top of the file: gg
  • to the bottom of the file: G (shift g)
  • to the top of the screen: H (shift h)
  • to the bottom of the screen: L (shift l)
  • to the end of the line: $
  • to the beginning of the line: ^
  • to the end of the next word: e
  • to the beginning of the next word: w
  • to the next same word: #

Examples

In the following example, use vim shortcut keys to move the cursor to the end of the screen and move the cursor to the end of the file.

  1. Open the terminal and use vim to open the file: go.sh

2. In normal mode, press shift + l to move the cursor to the end of the screen.

3. In normal mode, press shift + g to move the cursor to the end of the file.

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