Go to the Previous Directory in Vim

I use Vim.

Vim is the most productive text editor if you know some vim commands

Vim text editor

When I open a file and I am done with it. I often want to go back to the previous directory.

I usually do a :w and then :q.

Vim Commands to Go to the Previous Directory

If you want to go to the previous directory do

:Ex

or

:b#

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