Re: set breakat
- "Alan G. Isaac" wrote:
>i. Try escaping the space and leaving off the quotation marks:
> I'm running gvim 5.7 under Win95.
> i. If I try to set breakat, it is set
> to an empty string. E.g., after starting
> Vim I check and breakat has its default value.
> Then I type
> :set breakat=" ,./"
> and breakat is then set to an empty string.
> What am I overlooking?
> ii. The default value of breakat is listed as
> " ^I!@*-+_;:,./?"
> Is ^I something special or just two characters?
> If the latter, why `I'?
> Alan Isaac
:set breakat=\ ,./
ii. The ^I is a tab, as you can check with
:echo char2nr(&breakat) char2nr("\<Tab>")