Some essential commands for using Neovim

Here are some essential commands for using Neovim:

nvim: This command opens up the Neovim editor.

nvim filename: This command opens the Neovim editor and loads the specified file.

:w: This command saves the current file.

:q: This command quits Neovim.

:wq: This command saves the file and then quits Neovim.

:q!: This command forcefully quits Neovim without saving changes.

:set number: This command enables line numbering in the editor.

:set nonumber: This command disables line numbering in the editor.

:set autoindent: This command enables auto-indentation in the editor.

:set paste: This command disables auto-indentation and other features that might interfere with pasting text into the editor.

:set list: This command displays invisible characters, such as tabs and spaces.

:set spell: This command enables spell-checking in the editor.

:set spelllang=en: This command sets the spell-checking language to English (replace “en” with the appropriate language code).

:syntax on: This command enables syntax highlighting in the editor.

:syntax off: This command disables syntax highlighting in the editor.

These are just a few of the essential commands for using Neovim. There are many more commands and options available, and you can find more information by reading the Neovim documentation or by using the built-in help system within the editor (:help).