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<> notation (Was: disable arrows key)

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  • A. J. Mechelynck
    Tim Chase wrote: [...] ... One of the contexts where notation works is in mappings (in nocompatible mode, or if cpoptions does not include
    Message 1 of 6 , May 9, 2005
      Tim Chase wrote:
      [...]
      > Oh, and Eric's suggestion of using <c-o> instead of mucking with
      > ^V^O or ^Q^O is a good option. I know about it, but can never
      > remember the contexts in which it does or doesn't work, so I just tend
      > to use the ^V escaping mechanism. Well, looks like it works in this
      > context. :*)
      >
      > -tim

      One of the contexts where <> notation works is in mappings (in
      'nocompatible' mode, or if 'cpoptions' does not include "<"). In
      double-quoted strings you can use <> notation by backslash-escaping it.

      See
      :help expr-quote
      :help map-backslash
      :help cpo-<


      Best regards,
      Tony.
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