Enter vi and execute the given vi
Run in LISP mode for editing LISP programs.
List filenames that were saved due to an editor or system crash.
Recover and edit
file after an editor or system crash.
Read-only mode. Files can't be changed.
Edit the file containing
tag, and position the editor at its
definition (see ctags for more information).
Set default window size to
n; useful when editing via
a slow dial-up line.
Supply a key to encrypt or decrypt
file using crypt.
Same as -x but assume
file began in encrypted form.
Start vi on last line of file.
Start vi on line
n of file.
Start vi on line containing pattern
pat. This option fails if
nowrapscan is set in your .exrc.