Re: Using Marks in Commands?
- On Jun 30, 4:56 pm, Ben Fritz <fritzophre...@...> wrote:
> On Jun 29, 10:51 am, Edward Beach <beach9...@...> wrote:The goal was to replace complicated keystrokes with commands so that I
> > I can convert the normal mappings into commands,
> > i.e. com! -bar -nargs=0 MoveLineDownInNormalMode normal mz:m+<CR>'z==
> > but how can I convert insert and visual mappings into similar command
> > formats?
> What exactly are you trying to do? Can you actually envision a use-
> case for this?
> To enter an Ex command while in insert mode, you need to leave insert
> mode (possibly temporarily). There isn't really a way to create an Ex
> command to execute from insert mode.
> Pressing ':' in visual mode also ends visual mode. The only difference
> between : in visual mode and : in normal mode is that the visual
> selection is automatically inserted as the range for your command on
> the command line. Therefore there isn't really a special way to create
> a "visual mode" Ex command either.
could simplify my mappings (i.e keyboard, menu, etc).
The above was just an example I pulled from the wiki hoping that
people would be familiar with it but regardless I think I've figured
out a way to do it by adding the range option to the command syntax
and specifying the range in the ex line:
com! -bar -range -nargs=0 MoveLinesDownInVisualMode normal :'<,'>m'>
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