Opening all 49 files in my working folder in separate buffers, I wanted to see if there were any em dashes.
:bufdo /— and vim immediately went to work, processing a page of buffers at a time. All but one file appeared to not contain my string. The thing is, I wasn’t able to check. Everything just wizzed by and I just happened to see that there was one file that wasn’t marked as “Pattern not found”. What I was expecting was for it to stop at the first occurrence and then let me use
N to scroll through the search findings.
My question is, is there a way to search through multiple buffers (without replacing) in a way that behaves similarly to searching in a single buffer?