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2.6 Buffers

Files in Vim are treated as buffers that persist in memory. This means that you won’t actually close a file until you remove the buffer from memory.

Does this all sound funny to you? Well this lesson will explain you how buffers work in Vim and how you can cycle through them as well as automate some tasks and repeat them across your entire list of buffers.