[CentOS] Slightly OT: Vim command (or macro) to replace space under cursor by " " (without deleting the following word)
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Mon Oct 5 10:34:24 UTC 2009
I'm using Vim to edit some static XHTML pages.
I have to (manually) check for non-breakable spaces in my text, and
eventually replace simple spaces by the following character sequence:
Usually, when I perform the same operation over and over in a text, I do
it once, and then repeat it in command mode using [.]. But I can't
figure out how to do this here.
Here's what the according macro would look like. Pressing F2 would
replace the space under the cursor by " " :
:map <F2> cw <ESC>
... except this also deletes the word after the cursor, which is annoying.
Any suggestions ?
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