Re: User command with -nargs=1
- On 30/04/11 2:42 PM, John Beckett wrote:
> I thought defining a user command with '-nargs=1' would meanI think it just means that it sees the command as having one single
> that using more than one argument would give an error, however
> I can't see a difference between nargs=1 and nargs=*.
argument, and the spaces are considered part of it, rather than breaking
it into multiple arguments. This possibly only shows up if you use
<f-args>, as arguments are separated.
Try the following code:
command! -nargs=1 TestOne call Test(<f-args>)
command! -nargs=* TestMany call Test(<f-args>)
let n = 1
while n <= a:0
call append('$', 'arg '.n.': '.eval('a:'.n))
let n = n+1
TestOne a b c d
TestMany a b c d
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