I'm editing a small bash script:
d=$1 year=$(date -d"$d" +%Y) month=$(date -d "$d" +%m) day=$(date -d "$d" +%d) hive -f /home/gavin_cameron/hive_queries/dc_player_daily_snapshot.hive -d jobYear="$year" -d jobMonth="$month" -d jobDay="$day" > logs/debug_$d.log 2>&1
I'd like to delete the 2 spaces for each line for year, month, day and hive.
When I place my cursor underneath the
d=$1 and then press v and then press right once to cover the white space on the first line and then down to highlight all the white spaces, the entire lines are highlighted whereas I was expecting just the white space to be highlighted.
Why is that and how can I delete the indentation using visual mode plus delete in a oner rather than line by line deletion?