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vim - 0 How to Replace Text in a File With VIM

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1. Basic Substitution: Using `:s` to replace the first occurrence of text on the current line. 2. Replacing Text on Specific Lines: Employing line numbers or ranges (e.g., `:90,110s`) to replace text within defined line ranges. 3. Pattern-based substitutions: Using regular expressions with the substitute command.

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