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[vile] Is there something special about J[oin], or "why can't I do this?
[vile] Is there something special about J[oin], or "why can't I do this?"
Tue, 19 Aug 2008 12:26:21 +0100
I have a file which has a series of CRLF sequences in that I want to
change to a comma followed by a space.
When viewed in vile (as expected) the CRs appear as ^M so it seemed to
me that if I execute (on the command line, i.e. after entering :) the
I should get what I want. However it doesn't work, vile doesn't seem
to accept the J, it just echoes it and then refuses to accept any more
input. Why isn't J acceptable there and, more to the point, how can I
do what I want to do?