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  • BVI - Binary Visual Editor - The Bvi editor is a display-oriented editor for binary files, based on the Vi text editor.
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  • The Elvis Text Editor Homepage - The homepage of a popular Vi clone available for many operating systems.
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  • Emacs for Vi Users - Basic equivalent Emacs editor commands and operations for users of the Vi editor.
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  • Graphical Vi-Vim Cheat Sheet - Tutorial based on the graphical cheat sheet created for people learning Vi or Vim.
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  • jVi - jVi is a small subset of vim which is pluggable into Netbeans and JBuilder.
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  • The Traditional Vi - BSD ex/vi 3.7 ported to modern Unix systems. The original Vi source code, with a few necessary modernizations.
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  • Vi Editor - A repository of helpful tools selected to aide students learning how to use the Vi editor
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  • The Vi Lover's Page - Overview covering history, versions of Vi, manuals, FAQs and other sites of interest.
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  • Vi Reference - An expanded version of Maarten Litmaath's Vi Reference. More Ex commands and more examples.
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  • Vi Survival Guide - Tutorial for new Vi users.
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  • Vi Tutorial - A good Vi tutorial and user guide aimed at engineering students.
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  • The Vi/Ex Editor - Advanced tutorial for the Vi/Ex editor written by Walter A. Zintz first published in Unix World magazine.
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  • Vimperator - Free browser add-on for Firefox, which makes it look and behave like the Vim text editor.
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  • The ViPowered! - Logo to use on web sites that are written and maintained with Vi.
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  • WinVi - Free Notepad replacement highly compatible with the Vi editor issued under the GPL license.
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