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Re: EX paste command?

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  • Steve Litt
    Thanks to all of you who responded and offered the :put command and the ... Thank you so much Steve -- Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 4, 2002
      Thanks to all of you who responded and offered the :put command and the
      :normal command. Either one of these commands will indeed solve my problem.
      Thank you so much

      Steve

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      On Wednesday 04 December 2002 02:38 am, Ofer Roter wrote:
      > Steve Litt wrote:
      > > Hi all,
      > >
      > > I'm writing a simple script. Two consecutive lines each, mutually
      > > exclusively, contain either "create" or "destroy". I want to make sure
      > > the line saying "create" comes first, and I want to do it from an EX
      > > script. I
      > >
      > > know if I could do a paste from the colon prompt I've got it made:
      > > :.g/destroy/g
      > > :paste
      > >
      > > Trouble is, I can't find a paste command that works from the colon
      > > prompt, and I've spent a half hour crawling thru help. Anyone know how to
      > > do a paste from the colon prompt?
      > >
      > > Thanks
      > >
      > > SteveT
      >
      > Maybe the :t :m and :put command can help you.
      >
      > Look at
      >
      > help :t
      > help :m
      > help :put
      >
      > HTH,
      > Ofer.
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