Re: how do i remap dd so that it becomes context-dependent?
- Nikolay Pavlov <zyx.vim@...> a écrit:
> On Jul 14, 2013 1:53 AM, "Leonardo Barbosa" <barbosa.leonardo@...>This should work:
> > Thanks Nikolay. That did the job. I was wondering if i could pass an
> > argument to the map so that i can do something like : 2dd, 3dd, and so
> > on...
> Count is accessible via v:count and v:count1. You will have to write
> function that handles it properly though in the case of lengthy lines.
nnoremap <buffer> <expr> dd (virtcol('$') > winwidth(0)) ? 'g0d' . (v:count > 1 ? 'v' . v:count : '') . 'g$' : 'dd'
The conditional addition of “v” is explained (more or less) in my next message.
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