as an answer to your question I'd recommend to install vim and execute the command
this tutorial is very helpful when learning vim/vi.
I looked at your other posts, almost all of them are simple questions and show that you don't have the slightest knowledge about Linux. As druuna stated we are not here to do your homework. Please use google and look for a beginners guide to Linux. A far better recommendation: install Linux and use it, so you will learn.
Mh, just another hint referring to your question: vim is available for Windows as well. You may install it and do the vimtutor on windows, better than nothing