[RC5] Win32: feature creep
wooledge at kellnet.com
Sun Nov 23 09:18:42 EST 1997
Joe Zbiciak (j-zbiciak1 at ti.com) wrote:
> thought vi's regexp's were cryptic (eg. the following gibberish is a
> valid command in vi, and anyone who can tell me what it does wins an
> MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE: ':/\/bin\/false/s/^\([^:]*\):\([^:]*\)/\2:\1/g'),
Well, with an empty buffer it makes vim say 'Pattern not found: \/bin\/false'.
I can tell you what the part beginning with 's/' does: it reverses the
first two fields of lines with the format 'foo:bar:...'. You can omit
the trailing 'g' since you can only perform this substitution once per
line anyway (due to the '^' anchor).
Oh, and I've heard about TECO but I've never seen it.
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