Mostly, the files we are editing are well structured. If our files are text, then this structure can be in the form of paragraphs, sentences, and words, or at other times code with functions, blocks, and code lines.
Vim supports jumping around the file, according to the structure in the file, and has key bindings that make it easy to go to the exact place in the file where you want to go.
Let's look at some examples:
Example 1—Moving within a text file:
You are working on a normal text file and in the middle of a sentence you realize that you have forgotten to make the first letter in the paragraphs uppercase. You could of ...