Suppose I have a variable
Suppose I want to map this command to a key:
:execute "vimgrep /".expand("<cword>")."/g ".g:f_themes." | copen"
That works, even though it may complain about not finding
<cword>. I can deal with that.
But what if I want to instead place that string onto the command line and NOT execute it, which allows me to inspect and edit the command before hitting
<cr>. I can't use :execute because it will go ahead and execute. And I can't get the value of
g:f_themes to expand to
./themes/** if I just type the command without the :execute.
Is there a way to place a string onto the command line so that a simple
<cr> would go ahead and execute the line?