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    This seems to take a common in vi(m) newbies approach of treating things as atomic “commands” that are actually compositions of smaller elements. There’s some value in seeing examples of how that composition is used to achieve some goal, but if you intend to get fluent in vim you really want to go beyond that and break it down and learn the components these “commands” are built from and the rules of composition, rather than trying to memorize the keystrokes for every possible scenario you might want to use.