as we know that we can use Vim to browse a directory. My question is what does number + Enter do on a file list?
I thought it equivalent to number + j + Enter, however, after I enter into a file, using
:b# leads me to another "unpredictable" location.
Eg, suppose we have
/A/B/f1 /A/B/f2 /A/B/f3 /A/C/f4 /A/C/f5.
When I enter into folder A from Vim and the cursor is on
../, what will happen if I type 2 + Enter or 3 + Enter? When a file is open, what will happen when I type
:b# in this case?