Vim allows you to navigate content a lot more efficiently than most conventional editors. Let's start with the basics.
You can move your cursor around character by character by using arrow keys or letters h, j, k, and l. This is the least efficient and the most precise way to move:
|h||Left arrow||Move cursor left|
|j||Down arrow||Move cursor down|
|k||Up arrow||Move cursor up|
|l||Right arrow||Move cursor right|
The following diagram is a visual representation which might be a little easier on the eyes:
Vi (Vim's predecessor) was created on an old ADM-3A terminal, which didn't ...