Suppose you are trying to create a set of mappings such that pressing
<C-t> followed by a number
# would alternate to the respective tab at index
#. I know that using a loop, I can do:
" Map alt-x keys to jump to a tab for i in range(1, 9) execute "nmap \<C-t>" . i . "> " . i . "gt" endfor
Such a solution, however, hast the disadvantage of allowing only a mapping that recognizes up to 9. Is there a more general way to have a mapping depend on a count pressed at the end of the mapping, for instance such that hitting
<C-t>14 would focus tab number 14?
Note: the above is just an example, I am interested in this regardless of tabs per se.