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Re: Toggle off "end-id" type of abbreviation in Vim (insert mode)

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  • Nazri Ramliy
    ... Since there are limited number of single-letter abbreviations, maybe you can have work-around similar to the following for those problematic cases: ia ``T
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 27, 2010
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      On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 12:36 AM, Scott Steele <scottlsteele@...> wrote:
      > Because of how the "end-id" type of abbreviation is defined, this
      > problem doesn't exist for two-letter abbreviations, and I can still
      > use them (e.g. aa for always, bc for because). The single letter
      > abbreviations offer some of the greatest advantage in typing speed,
      > though, since many frequently used words are very short. (And I think
      > it would slow my typing down if I had to be constantly going back and
      > correcting whenever I noticed that I had preceded a single-letter
      > abbreviation with punctuation.) And I think I could get by without
      > having to use any end-id abbreviations.

      Since there are limited number of single-letter abbreviations, maybe you
      can have work-around similar to the following for those problematic cases:

      ia ``T ``The

      nazri

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