On 2013-09-10 07:21, Chris Lott wrote:
> > For example, replace all lines containing test to nottest:
> > :%s/test/nottest/c
> > Instead, is there some way to delete all lines containing test,
> > with confirmation?
> Not sure about the confirmation step. This kind of things works for
> the deleting of lines matching a pattern "test":
If you do need confirmation, you can do
If you don't need confirmation, Chris gave the standard solution,
except that the "%" is optional since :g defaults to the whole file.
For the record, the :g command can be inverted to delete every line
that *doesn't* match "test" by using
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