How to Move Cursor to End of File in Vim / Vi Text Editor


Move Cursor to End of File in Vim / Vi Text Editor

Vim is a popular text editor that comes preinstalled on macOS, Linux Distros and BSD Like operating systems. Vim is a free and opensource text editor available today. Whenever using Vim we often need to jump to a specific line number or end of the file. In this tutorial, you are going to learn How to Move Cursor to End of File in Vim / Vi Text Editor.

How to Jump End of the File in Vim

If you are in any other mode then press Esc to come in Normal Mode.

Now you can press G to go to the end of the file:

G

If you want to go to first line the press gg key:

gg

How to Move Cursor to Specific Line Number

If you are in any other mode then press Esc to come in Normal Mode.

It’s easy to move the cursor to a specific line number in Vim or Vi. To move the cursor to specific line number just enter the line number followed by G key:

For example, to move to line number 12 you can enter the following command:

12G

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Similarly to move to line number 57 you can enter the following command:

57G

You also can come to the first line by entering the following command:

1G

Conclusion

In this tutorial, you have learned How to Move Cursor to End of File in Vim / Vi Text Editor. If You have any queries regarding this please comment below.