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Index


[SYMBOL] [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [J] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [Q] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W] [X] [Y] [Z]

var directory
Variable
     about
     array
     array of numeric
     braces
     C Shell
     completion
     default value, assign
     defined
     display error message
     environment 2nd
     expansion 2nd
     exported
     global 2nd
     keyword
     local 2nd 3rd
     modifiers
     name, tcsh
     naming 2nd
     numeric
     quoting
     readonly
     remove
     shell
     substitute default value
     substitution 2nd
     tcsh
     undeclared
     user created 2nd
Verbose boot
verbose variable
version variable
vi [See also vim]
     bash command line editor
     clones
     emacs, versus
     simulation in emacs
view utility
Viewport. [See Workspace]
vim
     $
     ( key
     ) key
     *
     . command 2nd
     . special character
     .bash_profile file
     .login file
     .vimrc startup file 2nd
     / key
     key
     :
     ? key
     @ symbol
     []
     \>
     ^
     A command
     a command
     abnormal termination
     about
     active links
     address
     advanced commands
     any character indicator
     Append command 2nd
     automatic matching
     autowrite
     B key
     b key
     beginning-of-line indicator
     beginning-of-word indicator
     blank delimited word, about
     break a line in two
    buffer
         General-Purpose 2nd
         Named
     C command
     c command
     Case command
     case sensitivity 2nd
     cc command
     Change command 2nd
     change text
     character class definition
     character, about
     command
     Command mode 2nd
     compatibility 2nd
     CONTROL-B key
     CONTROL-D key
     CONTROL-F key
     CONTROL-G key 2nd
     CONTROL-T key
     CONTROL-U key
     CONTROL-V key
     CONTROL-W key
     copy text
     correct a mistake 2nd 3rd
     correct text
     crash recovery
     create a file
     current character
    cursor movement. [See vim; move the cursor]
     d command 2nd
     dd command 2nd
     Delete character command
     delete characters
     Delete command 2nd
     delete text 2nd
     DOWN ARROW key
     edit a file
     edit another file
     end a session 2nd
     end-of-line indicator
     end-of-word indicator
     enter text
     erase key
     ESCAPE key
     exit from
     exit, emergency 2nd
     f command
     File command
     file size
     formatting using fmt
     G key
     General-Purpose buffer 2nd
     getting started
     Goto command
     H key
     h key
     history
     home page
     I command
     i command
     incremental search
     indention 2nd
     Input mode 2nd 3rd 4th
     Insert command
     insert text 2nd 3rd
     invisible characters
     J command
     j key
     Join command
     k key
     L key
     l key
     Last Line mode 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     LEFT ARROW key
    line
         about
         kill key
         length
         number 2nd
         wrap
     links, active
     m command
     M key
     marker
     matching, automatic
     mistake, correct
     modes
     move text
    move the cursor
         about 2nd
         by characters
         by lines
         by paragraphs
         by sentences
         by words
         to a specific character
         within the screen
     N command
     n command
     Named buffer
    Normal mode. [See vim; Command mode]
     number, line
     O command
     o command
     open a line
     Open command 2nd
     overwrite text
     P command
     p command
     page break
     PAGE DOWN key
     PAGE UP key
     paragraph, about
    parameter
         autoindent
         autowrite
         compatible
         flash
         ignorecase
         incsearch
         list
         magic
         noautoindent
         noautowrite
         nocompatible
         noflash
         noignorecase
         noincsearch
         nolist
         nomagic
         nonumber
         noreport
         noshiftwidth
         noshowmatch
         noshowmode
         nowrapscan
         number
         report
         set
         shell 2nd
         shiftwidth
         showmatch
         showmode
         wrapmargin
         wrapscan
     Put commands
     q command
     quit 2nd
     Quit command
     Quote command
     R command
     r command 2nd
     Read command
     recover text
     redraw the screen
     regular expression
     Repeat command
     Repeat Factor 2nd 3rd
     replace
     Replace command 2nd
     replace string
     replace text
     replacement string
     report on changes
     RETURN key 2nd
     RIGHT ARROW key
     S command
     s command 2nd
     safedit script
     screen, about
     scroll
     search
     search and replace
     search command
     search string 2nd
     search, incremental
     sentence, about
    set
         marker
         parameter
     shell
     showmatch
     SPACE bar
     special characters 2nd 3rd 4th
     start over
     starting
     startup file
     Status command
     status line
     Substitute command 2nd
     substitute text
     substitution
     summary
     terminal specification
     tilde symbol
     transpose command
     U command
     u command 2nd 3rd
     undo changes 2nd
     Undo command 2nd
     Unit of Measure 2nd 3rd
     UP ARROW key
     vi compatibility
     view different parts of the Work buffer
     view utility
     VIMINIT variable
     w command 2nd
     W key
     w key
     word, about
     Work buffer 2nd 3rd
     Write address
     Write command 2nd
     x command 2nd
     y command
     Yank command
     yy command
     ZZ command 2nd
     { key
     } key
     ~ command
     ~ symbol
VIMINIT variable
vimtutor utility
Virtual
     console
    private network. [See VPN]
Virus
visiblebell variable
Visiting a file, emacs 2nd
VISUAL variable
Vixie cron
VLAN
Volume. [See Partition]
Volumes directory
VPN 2nd
vt100 terminal
vt102 terminal
vt220 terminal




A Practical Guide to UNIX[r] for Mac OS[r] X Users
A Practical Guide to UNIX for Mac OS X Users
ISBN: 0131863339
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 234

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