When editing programs, there is often a need to jump to another location. Vim uses a tags file that lists each word and location. The tags file has to be created by a utility able to handle the syntax of your files, and has to be updated after significant editing has occurred.
|Jump to tagPostion the cursor over a tag name, visually select text, use the left-mouse-button (LMB). Pushes current location to tag stack for later return.|
|Return after jumpPops location to jump to from tag stack.|
|Show tag stackList of return locations, used by |