noremap <F5> :make<CR> noremap <F6> :!./%<<CR> noremap <F7> :!./%< 2>/dev/null<CR>
The problem is while running the program with F6 when I paste input from clipboard it messes up the output and before all the input is pasted there is already something printed which makes it a bit difficult to read quickly.
A workaround is to read from a file, like
./<filename> < in but i was not able to map this command to key.
noremap <F8> :!./%<CR> < in
I am a beginner and don't know much about these configurations. Any help will be appreciated.
For copy pasting from clipboard, i have the following lines in
.vimrc from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44480829/how-to-copy-to-clipboard-in-vim-of-bash-on-windows.
I am using WSL on windows.
vmap <C-c> y:new ~/.vimbuffer<CR>VGp:x<CR> \| :!cat ~/.vimbuffer \| clip.exe <CR><CR> map <C-Shift-v> :r ~/.vimbuffer<CR>
!, it's not asynchronous.