Vi Text Editor History and Intro

The Vi editor is a popular text and file editor that was originally created for the Unix operating system. It is written in the C programming language and was initially released in 1976. The developer of Vi was Bill Joy (real name William Nelson Joy) and is open source under the BSD License. Vi editor is available in pretty much all Linux distributions. You can find it in CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and…

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