I've noticed vim can be pretty intuitive, but I'm having trouble finding a way to repeat the second-to-last command (or third-to-last, fourth-to-last, etc.). By typing
. in normal mode it will repeat the last command. Pressing
3. will repeat the last command three times.
Let's say I type
A, World!<Esc>. I now get
on the screen. Now, say I want to get
Hello, World! Hello Hello Hello
without typing Hello. Does vim store the history beyond one command, so I could type something like
3,2. (i.e. repeat the second-to-last command three times)?