I understand that to move to the beginning of the line blank space I have to use 0, but to move to the last blank space in the line '$' or 'end' sign move to the last character. How to move to the last blank space in a line?

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I'm not sure I've understood your question correctly. I think you might want to move to the last non-whitespace character in the line.

In this case, the built-in :h g_ does just that (it's the end-of-line counterpart of _).


I don't think there's a built in for that, but you can do a search to jump to it/ [^ ]*$

This searches for a space, followed by zero or more non-spaces ([^ ]*), until the end of the line.


If line ends with "space" then $

Otherwise $Bh or $FSpace

  • You probably didn't understand my question.
    – Audrius
    Feb 6, 2022 at 0:28
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    @Audrew I think you should reword your question then, or provide an example. As it stands, I feel like this is an answer to it.
    – Biggybi
    Mar 7, 2022 at 20:33

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