Searching within a line
To quickly search for the next or previous occurrance of a character on the current line, you can use the f or F commands. The lowercase f command moves forward, while the uppercase F command moves backwards.
After you've pressed the f key, Vico waits for you to enter another character. This is the character to search for. For example, the command f: searches for the next occurrance of a colon on the current line.
The t and T commands works similarly, but instead of moving exactly to the specified character, it stops just before.
The last character searched for with those commands is remembered, and the search can be repeated with the ; (semicolon) and , (comma) commands. They repeat the search in the same and opposite direction, respectively.