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Re: Columns delimiter

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  • T o F
    well, thanx, I didn t see this... But if it remove the tabs problem, it s not exactly what I m looking for... since I want to hilight places where there is no
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 1 8:27 AM
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      well, thanx, I didn't see this...
      But if it remove the tabs problem, it's not exactly what I'm looking
      for... since I want to hilight places where there is no text.


      On Mon, 2002-07-01 at 15:55, David A de Gruyl wrote:
      >
      > * on [02-07-01 09:46] T o F <mailinglist1@...>
      > * wrote <1025531131.7053.16.camel@hyperion>:
      > > Hi !
      > > There is something I'm looking for in vim, which is quite useful for
      > > syntax IMHO: a line which would delimit the 80th column (or another one
      > > if anybody need).
      >
      > I use:
      > match eightyColumn /\%>80v.*/
      > or:
      > syn match eightyColumn /\%>80v.*/
      >
      > the .* highlights everything greater than 80th virtual column. you may
      > only want to highlight the 80th column itself so:
      >
      > match eightyColumn /\%>80v/
      >
      > (this is actually almost verbatim from help match)
      >
      > David
      >
      > --
      > David de Gruyl <david@...>
      >
    • Benji Fisher
      What is the problem with tabs? --Benji Fisher
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 1 1:29 PM
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        What is the problem with tabs?

        --Benji Fisher

        On Monday, July 1, 2002, at 11:27 AM, T o F wrote:

        > well, thanx, I didn't see this...
        > But if it remove the tabs problem, it's not exactly what I'm looking
        > for... since I want to hilight places where there is no text.
        >
        >
        > On Mon, 2002-07-01 at 15:55, David A de Gruyl wrote:
        >>
        >> * on [02-07-01 09:46] T o F <mailinglist1@...>
        >> * wrote <1025531131.7053.16.camel@hyperion>:
        >>> Hi !
        >>> There is something I'm looking for in vim, which is quite useful for
        >>> syntax IMHO: a line which would delimit the 80th column (or another
        >>> one
        >>> if anybody need).
        >>
        >> I use:
        >> match eightyColumn /\%>80v.*/
        >> or:
        >> syn match eightyColumn /\%>80v.*/
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