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Inserting a Blank Line

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  • Ricardo SIGNES
    Users: So, I know this is lame, but: Is there a default vim way to insert a blank line above/below without entering insert mode? I know I can just map
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 1, 2002
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      Users:

      So, I know this is lame, but:

      Is there a default vim way to insert a blank line above/below without
      entering insert mode?

      I know I can just map something to O<esc> or o<esc>, but if there's something
      native, I'll use it.

      Thanks!

      --
      rjbs
    • Ron Aaron
      ... and variations... Ron
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 1, 2002
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        Ricardo Signes <samael-vim@...> writes:
        >Users:
        >
        >So, I know this is lame, but:
        >
        > Is there a default vim way to insert a blank line above/below without
        > entering insert mode?
        >
        >I know I can just map something to O<esc> or o<esc>, but if there's something
        >native, I'll use it.

        Try:

        :put=''

        and variations...

        Ron
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