Basically what I want to do is running this key-binding:
nmap <Leader>= :[x digits]pu<CR>
My mapleader Leader is a space.
With the code above I want to paste the current string I have in the clipboard but by specifying the number line where I want to paste it.
For example, If I want to paste the current clipboard into the third line I would type:
Or by using a shorcut with
nmap <Leader>= :3pu<CR>
So when I press space+= the vim command
:3pu will be executed.
Nevertheless, what I want is to specify the number (with one digit or more) by using the
nmap. For example, if I press 3+space+= then this command
:3pu should run or If I press 14+space+= then
this command should run:
Is it possible to do that by using
nmap? I've seen about using something like this:
nmap [Number]<Leader>= :pu<CR>
but I don't know how to detect what number I've pressed. I've read about using
v.count though I was not able to detect with that the pressed number and add it before
Btw, I'm using
neovim for this (in case this matters).