newbie: vi - go to previous file
kheuer2 at gwdg.de
Tue Nov 11 04:06:52 PST 2003
On Tue, 11 Nov 2003, Zhang Weiwu wrote:
> Hello. I am using the BSD's vi not vim.
> I learned from :exusage that :N is to swich to the next file in argument
> list while :P swich to the previous file. :N woks fine, while :P does
> Say, I run ">vi file1 file2", which opens file1, :N begin to edit file2,
> then I press :P, I thought I should go to file1, but I'm still editing
Try :prev - :p seems to be an abbreviation for a different command.
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