I'm familiar with iskeyword to define word boundaries. But there's also WORD and I don't know what the setting is for that. My goal is this: to delete words in a comma-seperate list flexibly. Example:
apple, banana, carrot, orange.
If I place my cursor at carrot and type
daw, I expect it to remove
carrot,• (space represented by the
• symbol). If I type
diw instead, I expect it to remove just
carrot. Is this possible?
I currently have
set iskeyword-=, but that makes both commands do the same thing, except one doesn't delete a space.