I would like to work on the bug with id:-6569630.The description is as follows:-
In Single Unix Specification version 2 and 3 vi is required that if
a named buffer is specified with an upper-case letter, then the text
from a yank or delete command is appended to that buffer instead of
Steps to Reproduce
1. start vi,
2. insert a line: i aaa <ESC>
3. yank the line to buffer "a": "ayy
4. yank again appending to buffer "a": "Ayy
5. paste buffer "a": "ap
The edit buffer should contain now 3 lines.
The edit buffer contains only 2 lines, the original and text from
the second yank.
Submitter wants to work on bug
Additional configuration information
Neena A S
SCA no:- os0161
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