Vim FAQ: What is the Vim “go to line number” command? (Or, how do I go to a specific line number in vim?)
In short, you use the capital letter
G in Vim command mode to move to a specific line number. Here are several Vim goto line number example commands:
G - go to the last line in the vim editor (last line in the file) 1G - goto line number 1 20G - goto line number 20
As you can see, you just specify the desired line number before the capital letter
G, and vim will take you to that line. The exception to that rule is typing
G by itself, which takes you to the last line in your vim file.