On Wed, 19 May 2004 10:18:23 +0100
kevin lyda <kevin+dated+1085390312.62b61e at ie.suberic.net> wrote:
> however vim
> also offers tab completion in insert mode.
> if you're typing ~/.moz you can then press C-xC-f to "tab out" the
> filename. there's a description of what you can do next at the bottom
> of the screen - C-n for the next match is the one i use most. once you
> have the match you want just go back to typing as normal.
Thank you, I did not know that one.
> you can have vim pull up a man page by pressing K over a word. so
> if you edit this and press K over "fopen" it will bring up the fopen
> man page. the one downside i've seen is that it doesn't let you
> specify a section. i rarely want to see the man page for printf(1)
> for instance - man 3 printf is usually more useful.
I know this one. Just type 3K and it'll give you the man page from section 3.
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