Re: change case on multiple words
- "A.J.Mechelynck" <antoine.mechelynck@...> wrote in
> zzapper wrote:The other advantage I suppose in using \0 is that it makes your regexp more
>> is \0 always same as & ?
> yes, if 'magic' is TRUE, see ":help sub-replace-special". If ever you
> set 'nomagic' (not recommended), then & will replace with an &
> character while \0 still means the whole matched pattern.
visible and fits in better with the memory syntax of \1..\9
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