Bash - Open VI at a specified line number

# vi +{linenum} {filename} vi +36 filename.txt : ' You can also use the ex command line to go to a line. (For information about the ex mode, see How do I use the vi text editor?) For instance, if you wanted to go to line 36, you could press Esc and then enter: ' :36 : ' If youre already in vi, you can use the goto command. To do this, press Esc, type the line number, and then press Shift-g. If you press Esc and then Shift-g without specifying a line number, it will take you to the last line in the file. '

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