<: use utf8; use strict; use warnings; no warnings "qw"; # you know what you doing no warnings "uninitialized"; # save some useless checks for more legible code our $VERSION = "1.0"; our $ascii = 0; if (exists $get{ascii}) { $ascii = $get{ascii} ne "0"; # manual override } elsif (defined $ENV{HTTP_ACCEPT_CHARSET}) { $ascii = 1; for (split ",", $ENV{HTTP_ACCEPT_CHARSET}) { $ascii = 0, last if $_ eq "*" or m/utf-?8/i; } } my $charset = $ascii ? "us-ascii" : "utf-8"; my $ctype = "text/html; charset=$charset"; $header{content_type} = $ctype; :> vi cheat sheet <: my %styles = map {$_ => $_} qw(dark circus mono); our $style = exists $get{style} && $styles{$get{style}} || "light"; printf(qq{\n}, $_ eq $style ? "stylesheet" : "alternate stylesheet", "$_.css", $_ ) for keys %styles; our $showkeys = exists $get{keys} && $get{keys} ne "0"; print "\n" unless $showkeys; print "\n" if $showkeys and $get{keys} eq "ghost"; :>

vi/vim cheat sheet

normal mode (default)

Info command: shows/does something without altering anything.
Moves the cursor, or defines the range for an operator (<:= $sign{motion} :>).
Other movement (jumps, window (re)positioning).
Direct action command.
ins mode
Enters Insert or Replace mode.
Enters a different mode.
vis mode
Enters Visual or Select mode.
key cmd
Additional key commands (click for overview).
key<:= $sign{arg} :>
Commands with a dot need a char argument afterwards.
key<:= $sign{motion} :>
Requires a motion afterwards, operates between cursor and destination.
Not in original Vi (assessment incomplete).
New in vim version 7.x.