Now we can learn a very useful command that we use every day - copying and pasting. In vimland, "copying" is refered to as "yanking." We can use the "y" key, along with several variations of it to yank text: y - yank (or copy) yy current line 5yy this line, and 4 more under it yw to the end of this word y$ to the end of the line y^ to the first non-white space ygg to the beginning of the file yG to the end of file y20G yanks to the 20th line of the file Y - yank entire line Remember that p or P is used to paste! These are just a fraction of the various ways to yank text. Can you think of how you would yank from HERE to the beginning of this sentence? Review Questions: 1) If you delete something using "d", is it gone forever? 2) How would you cut and paste a character? Solutions: 1) No, it is copied to the clipboard. Paste it somewhere using "p". 2) Use "x" to delete it, and "p" to paste it".
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