Edit Vim ships with its own tutorial. We highly recommended it! Time spent will more than make up for itself with the productivity increase it will give you. If you need more guided tutorials after completing the built-in one, there are Vim tutorials created by other users that you may want to try.
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No problem. We have you covered! Note that this is an article explicitly for beginners new to Vim. Vim is the editor of choice for many developers and power users. It inherits the key bindings of vi, but also adds a great deal of functionality and extensibility that are missing from the original vi. What the heck do we mean by modal?
Vim 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Vim