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A Vim window is a view of a buffer. A tab page comprises one or more windows. For questions about interaction with the Microsoft operating system, use [microsoft-windows]. For questions about interaction with the desktop windowing system, use [window-management].

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You can use a couple of methods to achieve the same end result as your request. You can just open a vertical split and then move it to leftmost position using Controlw + ShiftH (note that the "h" i …
answered Aug 24 by klaus
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Emacs's winner-undo and winner-redo depends on winner-mode. You can probably find some plugins similar to that in vim. But who wants that, right? I'm going to introduce some terminology, from :h buff …
answered Apr 8 by klaus
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You need to use :bdelete 3.c or in short form :bd 3.c There are a couple of terms you need to understand: A buffer is the in-memory text of a file. A window is a viewport on a buffer. A tab page is …
answered Apr 24 by klaus
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You need these following functions: function! BetterBufferNext() abort for b in range(bufnr('%')+1, bufnr('$')) if buflisted(b) && bufwinnr(b)==-1 exe "normal! :b".b."\<cr>" return …
answered Jun 1 '18 by klaus
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You can swap the buffers between two windows with the following function: function! SwitchWindow(count) abort let l:current_buf = winbufnr(0) exe "buffer" . winbufnr(a:count) exe a:count …
answered Apr 17 by klaus