Re: Yanking text from function
>> You could just call "y" at the beginning of the mapping:This worked perfectly, thanks.
>> vnoremap <silent> y y:call Hook()<cr>
>> This has the added advantage of making the yanked text available in the
>> Hook function in case you need to do something with it.
>> You can do this because, first, you said "noremap" so the second "y"
>> wouldn't trigger the mapping and would just do a yank and, secondly, Vim
>> lets you start a mapped sequence with the keys that actually launched the
>> mapping and falls back to their default behaviour automatically to avoid
>> recursive mappings (so you could do this even if you hadn't specified a
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