**Played Challenges**

##### Word frequency alignment - 220 entries

You've got to align the second column, but the spacing is inconvenient and there are nasty tabs in the way. If you're a "real Vim ninja," this could be very quick indeed...

- Best score:
**5** - Best player score:
**5** - Number of attempts:
**2**

##### Refactor arguments into object argument - 159 entries

A relatively common Javascript refactoring.

- Best score:
**48** - Best player score:
**67** - Number of attempts:
**1**

##### Words in parens - 12152 entries

We should all ace this, right?

- Best score:
**14** - Best player score:
**15** - Number of attempts:
**3**

##### Lookahead and Lookbehind - 65 entries

Look everywhere

- Best score:
**16** - Best player score:
**26** - Number of attempts:
**1**

##### Saving the hashes(#) - 1876 entries

The following file is copied from vimcasts.org(Its only for learning purpose,hope the site owner doesn't mind it), its probably the easiest of challenges.Our goal is to delete every line which doesn't contain a hash signs. The remaining hash signs with numbers are then sorted to get the final output.

- Best score:
**20** - Best player score:
**27** - Number of attempts:
**3**

##### LaTeX to XML Math Delimiters - 39 entries

Vim is amazing when used to edit MediaWiki text, but typing "<math> . . . </math>" can be tiresome and frustrating if formulas are used often. LaTeX delimiters are so concise and even come in two flavors: "\( . . . \)" for inline math and "\[ . . . \]" for centered formulas. The goal is to perform the following conversions: "\( . . . \)" becomes "<math>. . .</math>" "\[ . . . \]" becomes "<center><math>. . .</math></center>"

- Best score:
**63** - Best player score:
**92** - Number of attempts:
**1**

##### Circle in a square - 125 entries

Probably looks more like "Egg in a rectangle" in most fonts, but it's actually 23x23.

- Best score:
**23** - Best player score:
**99** - Number of attempts:
**1**