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I'm used to do ctrl+z in other editors. Sometimes when you press ctrl+z too much, you can use ctrl+y and it redo the last action.

How do create this behavior in vim?

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Redo is Ctrl + R, in Vim.

You can find more information about Vim's commands at this Stack Overflow question.

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You're right, "RTFM". Thanks! – Somebody still uses you MS-DOS Jun 24 '10 at 13:57

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