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8.5 Accessing Multiple Files

:e fileEdit another file; current file becomes alternate.
:e!Restore last saved version of current file.
:e + fileBegin editing at end of file.
:e +n fileOpen file at line n.
:e #Open to previous position in alternate file.
:ta tagEdit file at location tag.
:nEdit next file.
:n!Forces next file.
:n filesSpecify new list of files.
CTRL-GShow current file and line number.
:argsDisplay multiple files to be edited.
:rewRewind list of multiple files to top.

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