Deleting doesn't just delete keys, it copies it into the buffer (or the clipboard). Sound familiar? This is exactly how "cut" works. To "paste" this snippet, use the following: p - paste below cursor line P - paste above cursor line dd - deletes (or cuts) current line Let's delete this line... and make it reappear below! Can you make "superfragilisticexpialidocious" disappear? Now paste it here! -> Wow! What is this sorcery? Are you a wizard? Can you make this rabbit disappear too? (\__/) (='.'=) (")_(") Don't forget to make it re-appear! Or the kids will be very upset... Great job! In the next tutorial we'll look at copying and pasting. Review Questions: 1) Delete every word above that starts with a vowel. 2) How would you undo the last 5 words you just deleted? Solutions: 1) You can go to the front of each word and type "dw" 2) "5u"
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