Zhigang Song wrote:

> Will vim copy all file content to memory when I open a file?

Vim will read the file, mainly to count the number of lines, so you can
do "1234G".

Not all of the file is kept in memory, especially if it's a big file.
Check out the 'maxmem' and 'maxmemtot' options.

I'm sure that I asked CBuilder to do a "full" install.  Looks like I got
a "fool" install, instead.              Charles E Campbell, Jr, PhD

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