Vim Useful Tricks

Vim Useful Tricks

Hi everyone. Today I want to share a vim trick.
It’s very useful when I was coding every day.
So hope you like it.

Problem

I have those situation every day. I want to change ‘target’. So how can I do?

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foo target boo
foo "target target"
foo 'target target'
foo (target target)
foo {target target}
foo [target target]
foo <target target>
foo <div>target target</div>

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ci anything

We can use ci combining commands.

When your cursor on ‘target’ this word. We can use

ciw

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foo target boo

ci"

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foo "target target" 

ci'

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foo 'target target'

ci(

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foo (target target)

ci{

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foo {target target}

ci[

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foo [target target]

ci<

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foo <target target>

cit

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foo <div>target target</div>

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Author

Ewan Xiao

Posted on

June 15th 2021

Updated on

June 15th 2021

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