Re: How to use %03d on existing data
- Hi Christian
On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 10:14 AM, Christian Brabandt <cblists@...> wrote:
> Hi stosss!
> On Mi, 26 Dez 2012, stosss wrote:
>> What exactly is submatch(0) and submatch(1)? Obviously the 0 and 1
>> mean something but I am not sure what. I understand what :help
>> submatch is doing but not totally sure how. Apparently that is where
>> the 0 and 1 come into play. How can I know what number needs to be in
>> the ()
> submatch(0) returns the complete pattern match you used in your :s
> command (e.g. the same thing, & returns on the right side of an :s
> command, while submatch(1) returns the first captured group within the
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