[oclug] another vim question.
jeb at burkby.com
Sat Mar 16 10:01:00 EST 2002
On Sat, 16 Mar 2002 at 09:03:36 -0500, b stephen harding wrote:
> 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.
> 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"
Gee I don't think I've ever printed from vim. Anyway, when you need a
range representing the whole doc, you can use "%". So you could do
`:%hardcopy', but that's the default anyway. See `:help printing'. And
you can bind just about anything to a key with `:map'.
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