On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 08:39:46AM -0300, Sergio Belkin wrote:
In such a case nano is easier (regardless that the argument about how
is quitting vim is exaggerated, Ctrl+o is not easier that ZZ).
I disagree, for the simple reason that ^O is discoverable (indeed, it
and other hotkeys are displayed on-screen) whereas the user has no way
to know that 'esc-ZZ' is the magic incantation that will get them back
(Or what to do should they have mashed some keys and got into an edit
mode, and don't want to save their changes)
vi is quite powerful, but friendly to n00bs it is very much not.
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