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i -- Insert command
default range syntax
. i
"i" is for inserting new lines of text before a given line.
If no line number is typed before the "i", text will be
inserted before the current line. Lines are continually
inserted before the original line, which has the same effect
as append does. To signal the end of the inserted text, you
only need to type a "." on a line by itself. Control
characters "f", "v", "l", and "k" work differently for "i"
command than for "v". "i:" works as a one line insert, similar
to "a:".
To return to the command directory, type "hcomdir."
See also: "hcc" (control characters) and "hc" (change) and