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Re: Repeat count for yanking

From: Deniz Dogan
Subject: Re: Repeat count for yanking
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 23:41:28 +0200
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On 2011-07-21 23:39, Steinar Bang wrote:
address@hidden (Peter Münster):

You can put the yank into a keyboard macro and use the prefix argument
to call the macro 100 times.

That would be `C-x ( C-y C-x )' to define the macro (and as a side
effect do a single yank), and then `C-u 99 C-x e' to execute the macro
99 times (to get the remaining 99 yanks).

It's less effort than you might think, since creating a keyboard macro
for a repetitive task, is something you do frequently once you've
discovered it (at least I did).

I advised `yank' so that C-u 100 C-y yanks 100 times instead (which is much more useful in my opinion):

(defadvice yank (around damd-yank first nil activate)
  "If ARG is neither nil nor \\[universal-argument], yank ARG times.
Otherwise, use the original definition of `yank'."
  (if (or (not arg)
          (consp arg))
    (dotimes (i arg)


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