How do I replace a standard syntax file that comes with the Vim

distribution with my own syntax file? You can replace a standard syntax file that comes with the Vim distribution by creating a file with the same name as the original syntax file and placing it in the vim runtime syntax (~/.vim/syntax) directory. For example, to replace the c.vim syntax file in a Unix system, place the new c.vim in the ~/.vim/syntax directory. In a MS-Windows system, place the new syntax file in the $HOME/vimfiles/syntax or $VIM/vimfiles/syntax directory.

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