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As title. After doing windo it seems like Vim forgot where it started.

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I just found that NeoVim provides some functions to do so easily:

local cur_win = vim.api.nvim_get_current_win()
-- do your windo, for example:
vim.cmd("windo if &buftype != 'nofile' | let g:non_float_total += 1 | endif")
vim.api.nvim_set_current_win(cur_win)

And since my problem was originally asked in context of Vim before edit(yeah, it's embarrassing that I'm writing NeoVim plugin in Lua but always resort to VimScript first :p ), here is an answer that resolves that, by the power of ancient great people:

" Just like windo, but restore the current window when done.

function! WinDo(command)
  let currwin=winnr()
  execute 'windo ' . a:command
  execute currwin . 'wincmd w'
endfunction
com! -nargs=+ -complete=command Windo call WinDo(<q-args>)

The source: https://vim.fandom.com/wiki/Windo_and_restore_current_window

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    The answer to the title question is basically :execute winnr 'wincmd w' aka :call win_gotoid(win_getid(winnr)) where winnr is the desired window number. Window IDs are sometimes better, though.
    – D. Ben Knoble
    Jan 4 at 13:51

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