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68785Re: Bug: Arbitrary number of counts and "motion force"

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    Mar 20, 2013
      Christian Brabandt wrote:

      > Hi glts!
      > On Di, 19 M=E4r 2013, glts wrote:
      > > It is possible to give an arbitrary number of counts and "motion force"
      > > (v V <C-V>) after an operator.
      > >=20
      > > For example, in the current Vim 7.3.874, the following is a valid normal
      > > mode command:
      > >=20
      > > d2v45V108v3<C-V>8j
      > >=20
      > > This doesn't make any sense. I think Vim should beep and abort in these
      > > cases, as it does for other invalid command combinations.
      > This patch fixes it.

      I'm not sure giving an error is better than to lust let it happen.
      A mix of "v" and "V" should at least be allowed, one can change its

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