The case for applying a single macro is already obvious and well documented, but what of multiple macros? Is such acceptable?

:'<,'>norm! @a @b @c...

If it is, what's the limit, if any, to the number of macros you can simultaneously apply?

Note, I did try this, on vim 7.4, running on Mint, and it didn't work beyond the first specified macro.

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    Could you provide more detail? This does work for me, so most likely, one of your macros contains an error, or the space between the macro calls is throwing you off. – DJMcMayhem Feb 26 at 21:12

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