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Also, FYI, in GUI version of Vim: gui is for formatting (as opposite of cterm) guifg is for foreground color (as opposite of ctermfg) guibg is for background color (as opposite of ctermbg)


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This is not how it works. The choice of packages installed by default is typically driven by practical needs. There is no single practical reason to add particularly emacs into a default installation, unless you are installing a distribution specifically focused on emacs users, if there is anything like that at all. A typical linux distribution by default ...


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The direct answer is probably that vi is part of the POSIX standard (as @jasonwryan also mentioned in a comment), as well as the Single UNIX Specification. As such, anything that calls itself POSIX-compliant probably includes something vi-like, and anything that wants to call itself UNIX has to, or you don't get certified. Not just vi, but the related line ...


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:help i_CTRL-V_digit In insert-mode, type control+V followed by a decimal number x then a hex number u then a 4-hexchar unicode sequence U then an 8-hexchar unicode sequence


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If u want to delete all lines in a file you can use this command: > filename Suppose you have a file named example.txt which contains some data and you want remove all lines from this file. To do this you can issue this command: > example.txt After typing this you will get an empty file.



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