Setting the default window size for gvim

I still go back and forth between development in gvim and gedit. Until I finally settle, I’ve needed to figure out a way to change the default/startup window size of gvim.
To do so, open up ~/.vimrc in a text editor.  Then, add the following lines:
set lines=100 columns=80
(Change these to values you prefer.)

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