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2.9.5 Repeating and Undoing Modifications

VIP records the previous modifying command, so that it is easy to repeat it. It is also very easy to undo changes made by modifying commands.

Undo the last change. You can undo more by repeating undo by the repeat command ‘.’. For example, you can undo 5 previous changes by typing ‘u....’. If you type ‘uu’, then the second ‘u’ undoes the first undo command (vip-undo).
Repeat the last modifying command. Given count n it becomes the new count for the repeated command. Otherwise, the count for the last modifying command is used again (vip-repeat).