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Yes, expand(.) with argument '<cfile>': expand({expr} [, {nosuf} [, {list}]]) *expand()* Expand wildcards and the following special keywords in {expr}. 'wildignorecase' applies. ... When {expr} starts with '%', '#' or '<', the expansion is done like for the |cmdline-special| variables with their ...


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Surround has a philosophy of being very « vim-like »—it uses operators to work on objects, much like many of vim’s most powerful normal mode constructs. I would argue that it is not what some expect because they expect an auto-pairs-like experience that they are used to from other editors, or because they are still learning about normal-mode and the many ...


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The :help command, just like every other built-in commands, is defined in the C code that is compiled into the Vim binary. You can find in src/ex_cmds.c in the Vim source code. (Note also that user-defined commands are only allowed to start with an uppercase, precisely to separate them from built-in commands. Also, functions and commands are completely ...


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