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List 10 vim shortcuts that Adrienne must master to help pass her RHEL-based LFCS exam.

Here are 10 Vim shortcuts that Adrienne should master for the RHEL-based LFCS exam:

  1. i - Enter insert mode
  2. Esc - Exit insert mode and return to normal mode
  3. w - Move the cursor to the next word
  4. b - Move the cursor to the beginning of the current or previous word
  5. 0 - Move the cursor to the beginning of the current line
  6. $ - Move the cursor to the end of the current line
  7. dd - Delete the current line
  8. yy - Copy the current line
  9. p - Paste the copied or deleted text
  10. /search-term - Search for the next occurrence of search-term in the file

These shortcuts are just a starting point, and there are many more Vim commands and shortcuts that Adrienne may encounter on the exam. She should review the exam objectives and study resources to ensure that she is fully prepared. Additionally, it's important for her to practice using Vim regularly, as this will help her become more proficient with the editor and improve her speed and accuracy.

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