what does vim keybinds have that can match vscode keybinds?
btw i can do everything vim does with ins, home, end, pgup, pgdn, del
w = ctrl arrows
and it's much faster than vim because i don't need to switch states.
gg = ctrl + home
shift g = ctrl end
home = beg of the line
end = end of the line like shift $
arrow keys etc
hold shift for selections etc
press f2 for global rename
all of this without states
guess what? I can use these outside vscode too
if any of you retards played world of warcraft, you would know that immediate accesses is much better than stupid stance dancing bullshit
not bait, i'm 100% srs. there are keyboards buttons made for the stuff "vim keybinds" do anyway so why learn that shit? the only reason I can think of is when you don't have these keys on a latptop but then get real computer
Vim can compose motions, commands etc. If you got VScode to do the same then it would be just as difficult but slightly different and more bloated.
If you don't want all this then just use nano.
>just use nano
nagger, are you retarded? i want a proper tool that actually helps me write code what kind of nocoder university retards are you homosexuals shilling nano and vim?
>b-b-but v-vim is faster to type after months of practice
typing speed is not what's going to hold you back if you just learn a few IDE shortcuts. on the other hand, not having actually useful features like a proper debugger will make you waste hours trying to find a problem with print statements you could have found in 5 minutes
:%s/ to / chink, /g
What are vs code equivalent of t/T/f/F.
vscode is proprietary, and made by microsoft which is an evil corporation. vim is neither of those. use vim. hope this help! cya!
>microsoft which is an evil corporation.
VSCode is evil mode?
>vscode is proprietary
Technically it's not just the official binaries, just use vscodium.
>Technically it's not just the official binaries
that means it is, stop with the cope
>just use vscodium.
no. just use vim
not biting, sorry
>what does vim keybinds have that can match vscode keybinds?
I know this is a bait, but anyway... Vim doesn't have "keybindings", Vim is language. All of those "vim keybindings" plugins are broken by definition, because they are missing the point entirely.
>if any of you retards played world of warcraft, you would know that immediate accesses is much better than stupid stance dancing bullshit
god damn now i know why i don't like vim
Wow, that kid can't control the rotation of his mass, it controls him.
is that nikocado?
you can't make them realize. they are the living embodiment of sunken-cost.
also a few more shortcuts:
ctrl+t = search symbol
ctrl+shift+f = search text in entire project
f12 = go to definition
shift+f12 = find all references
alt + arrow keys = move lines up/down
shift + del = delete line
ctrl + d = paste line
can i use neovim with clang-tidy and not have to generate a json file for it to work
OP is on his way to the final text editor redpill
this but for emacs
sure, i was good at using those keys before learning vim, so I know what you mean. the issue is that there are a lot less ways to manipulate text inside of sections/parameters without needing to use the mouse, and even those dedicated keys like home/end require you to move your hand off of the home row
so the issue with your metaphor is that using vim motions actually involves less 'stance switching', but it is definitely awkward at first
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