[clug] vi - Moving to the end of the previous word.
brett.worth at gmail.com
Tue Feb 4 04:07:02 UTC 2020
Believe it or not I have been using "vi" for the past 36 years but there's something that
When moving around I always use:
W - Move forward to the first character of a whitespace delimited word
B - Move back to the first character of a whitespace delimited word
E - Move forward to the end of the current word or if already at the end of a word
go to the end of the next word.
But when I want to move the the last character of the previous word I'm stumped. I end up
BBE if I'm not on the first character.
Does anyone know if there's a non-composite command to do that?
-- /) _ _ _/_/ / / /__ _ _//
-- /_)/</= / / (_(_//_//< ///
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