Re: how can you delete every line between two phrases?
- On 12/02/12 20:46, stosss wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 9:39 PM, Tim Chase <vim@...> wrote:Yes, only better. Sed has a difficult time going backwards (you
>> On 12/02/12 20:15, Jiaxing Wang wrote:
>>> In :g/how are you?/.;/:-)/d,
>>> Is '/how are you?/.;/:-)/' the pattern in
>>> Would you mind explaining this pattern a little? I don't quite
>>> understand this, thanks.
>> [snip my rambling about ranges]
> I looked at :help :range as Tim suggested above. Just want to see if I
> understand correctly. Does vim do addressing like sed? That seems to
> be what I see.
have to gather things up in the hold space or in the current
buffer). Vim has no problems marching all over your document, so
you can use marks, relative & absolute line numbering, searching
forwards and backwards, or any chain of those you want in any order
that suits your needs.
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