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I mapped <C-X> to "*d and now I can't revert it back. I want it to subtract number by 1 like default, but I can't unmap it permanently, it's set to <C-X> in every new session. I'm sure .vimrc is not mapping it.

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    Try to remove your ~/.viminfo. It saves the last session-infos. That resets all session-stuff. But that is not the normal way to go! But it could help for now. – tron5 Sep 16 at 12:42
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    Use :verbose nmap {keys} to look up mappings where where they where last set, e.g. :verbose nmap "*d. For more help see :h :map-verbose – Peter Rincker Sep 16 at 16:20
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In general, :unmap <C-x> can get rid of he mapping (note the variants like :nunmap, etc.).

However, it is strange that the mapping persists without being in your .vimrc. You can use :verbose map <C-x> to see where the mapping is coming from.

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