figuring out how it works
Launch vim, type
:help to open the help screen and use
ctrl-w o to make it the only visible window
:help restore-cursor, look at the source code, the dependencies to understanding it would be
execute, use help to find out how they work
- hint: know that
\" escapes the
" character so that you can put it inside of a string like:
"'\"", which is the string that represents '"
Finding our way to the reference manual, open up
motion.txt under basic editing, by placing our cursor on the file name and pressing
Next navigate to the
mark-motion section of the file, scroll the window downward in the buffer a few times until you find
'", now understand what it does.