Recently I learned from Practical Vim a way to copy or move block of lines without having to move the cursor from the current position. This is done in command line mode. e.g.
:123,133m. # moves lines from 123 to 133 below the cursor position.
While I like it, it is a pain to type the long line numbers, especially when the file has too many lines.
At times, the lines to move are relatively near the cursor (but I don't want to move my cursor, yank, come back where I was, paste!). It would be great if I could use relative numbers, similar to how we do in normal mode. It is like saying
move 5 lines which are 10 lines above the current line to here
In short, how to use relative numbers in command line mode (similar to normal mode)?