On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 3:54:10 AM UTC+2, Tim Chase wrote:
> On 2016-09-18 03:57, Nikolay Aleksandrovich Pavlov wrote:
> > And if you are writing `norm 1G` somewhere (e.g. in a plugin), then
> > just write it as `normal! 1G` (with bang).
> 
> And stepping back, if you're writing *either* "norm 1G" or "norm! 1G"
> just write
> 
>   1
> 
> or whichever line-number you want to go to.  Likewise, just use "$"
> rather than "norm G" or "norm! g"
> 
>   :help range
> 
> -tim

Thank you men for advices, it is located in a buffer opened by the plugin 
Vimfiler
that aims to review natural original vim mapping.

I was'not writing but just readgin and wanted to see the first line of buffer
so when I'm in normal mode I don't want to switch to command mode with
:[range]move {address}

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