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Vim's : (Colon) Register 

In addition to the named registers a-z and the numbered registers 0-9, Vim has quite a few others including the read-only command register :. Executing a command in command-line mode, such as :write, populates the colon register. You can verify this with the :reg[isters] command. Read more

Vim Terminology in Latin 

Find yourself having trouble conversing about your favorite text editor in Latin? Here’s a list of phrases to help you out (Estne difficile tibi dē editoriō optimō latīnē colloquī? Ecce tabella locūtiōnum ūtendārum): Read more

SPIonic-Unicode Conversion 

SPIonic is a public domain font that represents ASCII characters as Greek letters and diacritics. It is widely used to represent polytonic Greek, that is, ancient Greek, which has other tone marks in addition to the acute (´) found in modern Greek. It uses a scheme based on Beta Code with a few variations, the most significant of which is that uppercase letters are represented by uppercase letters and lowercase by lowercase (whereas Beta Code uses *A for uppercase alpha and A for lowercase alpha, etc.). Read more