Copy multiple files using vim
<h2> Here are the steps to work with multiple files using vim in linux</h2>
Step 1: Open the terminal.
Step 2: Type the following command in terminal
vi filename1 filename2 filename3
Here filename1 represents a file
filename2 represents a file
filename3 represents a file
Step 3: The vim editor opens filename1 file.
You can switch over the files using :n command
and then hit enter to switch to next file.
and then hit enter to switch to previous file.
->to see the files that are open.
-> to switch to first file.
Step 4: To copy content from one file to another use the following commands
Open the file from which content has to be copied
opens first file. use command 'yy' to copy a line from file.
Then type the command
opens the second file. place the cursor where you want to paste the content and press 'p'.
The copied text will be pasted on the second file.