o.o the power of vim has washed over me for the first time
@brandon qr /nano<enter>cwvimq100@
@brandon type "nano" into a text doc lots of times, with any other text, then go to the top, and enter that command.
@malin Would that not be recursively entering the word nano? :P
@brandon qr[record a function on key 'r'] /nano[find string 'nano']cwvim[change that word to vim]q[function ends]100@[repeat 100 times]
@malin is the 100 times just to iterate over each instance of the word?
@brandon Yip. Try it.
@brandon @brandon ggqr/nano<enter>cwvim<escape>q100@
@brandon D'you mean you managed to :q ?
@Naughtylus funny but nah, I got a bunch of spaces replaced by tabs 👌
@brandon I particularly recommend using "/" to search for things, then pressing the n and p keys to jump between results 👍
@bobstechsite Ah this one I was aware of, but I didn't know about n and p! Thanks for the tip!
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