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April 18, 2012

“To substitute a regular expression with some other text, type :%s/old/new/gc this command takes the whole file %, and substitutes s the word “old@ with “new” and looks for more than one occurrence within one line g and asks if it really should replace the shown one c.”

“To replace some text only in a selected area, select the area, and type :s/old/new/g. This should look like :'<,'>s/old/new/g in the command line. You’ll understand '<and '> after the “Marks” section.”

http://blog.interlinked.org/tutorials/vim_tutorial.html

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