Vim resize splits / vsplits
For a split window: You can use
Ctrl-w -to resize the height of the current window by a single row. For a vsplit window: You can use
Ctrl-w <to resize the width of the current window by a single column. Additionally, these key combinations accept a count prefix so that you can change the window size in larger steps. [e.g.
Ctrl-w 10 +] (Resize splits more quickly | Vim Tips Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia)
Vim move tab
:tabm -1 moves it to the left; accepts absolute and relative parameters
Vim go back to previous buffer
(Especially handy if you’ve jumped to a global mark):
Each object has a
.__dict__ attribute, which contains the objects’ fields. They can also be directly edited.