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map[!] [char commands]

Define a keyboard macro named char as the specified sequence of commands. char is usually a single character, or the sequence #n, representing a function key on the keyboard. Use a ! to create a macro for input mode. With no arguments, list the currently defined macros.

Examples

:map K dwwP	Transpose two words
:map q :w^M:n^M	Write current file; go to next
:map! + ^[bi(^[ea)	Enclose previous word in parentheses


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