On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 01:31, Michael Cortes wrote:

> I found part of the answer......
> when doing a search in vim you can hit ctrl-m as long as you hit ctrl-v
> first. ctrl-v tells vim to treat the following as a character, not to do
> the action i.e... carriage return.
> Now I need just one more piece, if anyone has the answer:
> ctrl-m is a carriage return.  Does anyone know what ctrl seqence is line
> feed?
> Thanks

Add these to your list of useful vim character codes:

Ctrl-H = Backspace
Ctrl-I = horizontal tab
Ctrl-J = Line feed
Ctrl-K = vertical tab
Ctrl-L = form feed

David Robley

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