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my question is simillar to this: How do I surround a quoted string without including leading whitespace?

But not exactly. I am using vim-surround.

I have a string

print he^llo_and_welcome 

where ^ signify my cursor position

I want it to become

print "he^llo_and_welcome"

but ysaW" includes leading whitespace and trying ys2i"" doesn't seem to work.

What should I do?

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Change your command to use inner Word: ysiW"

You might want to read the following help topic to understand better the difference between iW and aW: :h aW :h iW

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