[oclug] another vim question.
raywood at magma.ca
Sat Mar 16 10:59:18 EST 2002
On Sat, Mar 16, 2002 at 09:03:36AM -0500, b stephen harding imagined:
> I was reading my VIM book yesterday look for the print command
> and so a whole lot about printing, but saw nothing that would
> just print the whole document.
<grin> Isn't this just typical of man page documentation --
gives you the forest but not the trees. Keep it abstract, and
avoid offering a few well chosen concrete examples ;>
> Do I really have to specify the first and last page number to
> get Vim to print the whole doc? Is there not something like
> "ctrl P"
At work I typically use Gvim (the GUI version of Vim) to print,
so it is easy - File > Print.
I'm going by memory, but I think the command I see it using is
:w | lpr
or something like that.
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