There is an excellent computer bookstore here in LA, OPAMP <www.opamp.com> [1-800/468-4322], which doesn't carry many videos, but may be able to help you locate a video. I just cheked their site, which lists several books on VI, but no videos.
Sorry I couldn't be of much help.
Henry K. Mattoon
National Moving Image Database
The American Film Institute
2021 N. Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Suhr, Angie wrote:
>Does anyone know source for a video
>program on Vi editor? It is supposed to be
>a computer programming language.
>Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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