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How to paste Vim (normal mode) commands?

How to run normal mode commands from your clipboard If the normal mode commands are already in your "+ clipboard register then you can run them as a macro by typing: @+ If your clipboard isn't ...
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How to paste Vim (normal mode) commands?

How can I paste sequence of Vim (normal mode) commands? This is very unclear to be frank. simple example e.g. commands = JJJj (three joins and a cursor down one line) say, i am in huge text file ...
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How to paste Vim (normal mode) commands?

If the sequence of commands is on separate lines and stored on the system clipboard you can try to run call execute(split(@*, "\n"), '') This splits the contents of the clipboard (the star ...
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How to paste Vim (normal mode) commands?

For key command (i.e. Normal command (like suggested by @Rich) I would do: @* Or @+ Provided you have: :set clipboard=unnamed Or :set clipboard=unnamedplus For Vim commands I would do: Copy the ...
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