Open file to line

Many know about that you can open a file based on what’s under your cursor using gf, or C-w f. There is also a handy variation on this using ‘F’. This variation will open said file, but if it’s followed by a line number vim will jump to that line. We encounter this a lot when executing tests via vim-dispatch.

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Delete entire method

A very common practice when refactoring code is deleting entire methods or code blocks en masse. One might be tempted to use visual select mode to select multiple lines, or simply to mash dd. But Vim makes deleting code blocks easy with dap. You can remember this as “Delete A Paragraph”.

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