On Tue, Jun 13, 2000 at 09:40:24AM +0100, Martin Donlon mentioned:
> Anyone know how t read to current cursor position (row and column) and how
> to jump to a different position?
Jumping is easy - just do "colon and number", and it'll jump to that
line. Going to a character position is a bit more tricky, though you could
just go "010<rightarrow>" to go to start of the line (0),and then ten
As for showing where you are, I add
So that there is a status line *always*, and one for each new "window" in
the terminal. The status line has the filename, row and column position,
and the area of the file you are editing (top,bottom,all or a percentage)
by default, though you can change it with the "statusline" option.
anyone know how Vim's builtin interpreters work ? You can compile perl
and TCL into Vim, but damned if I know how to make use of it...
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