To delete all the lines of a file that is open in Vim.
ggto move the cursor to the first line of the file, if it is not already there.
dGto delete all the lines.
Deleting all the lines of a file is not a frequently used operation. So, I need a command that is easy to recall, even though it is not used much. I find
dG easy to remember since I frequently use
dd to delete a line, and also
G, which move the cursor to the first and last line of the file respectively.
Tried with: Vim 7.3