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Vim command line history


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URL: http://dailyvim.blogspot.com/2007/11/command-line-history.html

Want to see the ex commands you've executed as of late? Easy, just type q: from normal mode to open your command-line history. From the command-line history window, you can yank commands or execute them as needed. To go back to normal mode type :q. You can also enter command-line history mode from ex mode by typing ctrl-f.

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Posted By: callmeblessed on January 2, 2009

aha ... i just found it :) great !

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