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re: Trying out Vim VIEW POST

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I think one of the most helpful things with learning vim is to realize that you don't need to use <Esc> to get out of insert mode! Both <C c> (CTRL+C) and <C [> (CTRL+[) will work. Using these allows you to switch modes without leaving home row, which I think really helps with learning muscle memory.

Also, I can't speak for everyone, but I really got used to vim by forcing myself to use ASDF HJKL as home row instead of ASDF JKL; as home row like I was taught in school

 

Thank you very much for the feedback. Really helpful suggestion you gave there.

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