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Command or mode to overwrite text. For search-and-replace operations, use the [substitute] tag.

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How do I get my cursor to not move to the last thing it replaced after a search and replace. No <C-o> or extra key presses. Is there some autocmd magic I can setup to listen on any substitute … execution and perform a <C-o> automatically after it completes? If you're curious about further details, it's really for this bread-and-butter mapping, search and replace word under cursor for the whole …
asked Jul 20 by Josh Lawrence
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\ with \ " The \< and \> means don't do a raw string replace but a word replace " so if you want to replace someVar, it won't touch vars name someVarOther " edit word in whole file nnoremap <leader>ew …
answered Jul 20 by Josh Lawrence