Re: ctrl+J without adding a space
- On Nov 30, 6:55 pm, Dave Land <l...@...> wrote:
> On Nov 30, 2009, at 2:17 PM, Dominique Pellé wrote:I meant shift-J rather than ctrl-J.
> > Peng Yu wrote:
> >> I use ctrl+J to join two lines. However, there will always be a space
> >> added between the two lines that are joined. I'm wondering how to
> >> configure gvim not to add this extra space?
> > See :help gJ
> Thanks to this question and answer, my .vimrc just gained a new mapping:
> map <D-j> gJ
> (I'm on a Mac, so <D-j> is Command-j, which was previously unmapped.)
> That said, "ctrl+J"? Isn't that just a newline? On my keyboard, shift-J
> joins two lines, adding a space between them (and trimming any leading
> space that may have been on the line below).
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