On 12/10/2016 10:59 a.m., Gary Johnson wrote:
> On 2016-10-10, Cesar Romani wrote:
>> I'm trying to sort the third column without altering ther first two
>> columns, but to no avail:
>> 1. LARGEST 40
>> 2. SECOND-LARGEST 168
>> 3. MID 2.8
>> 4. MID 540
>> 5. MID 14.84
>> 6. MID 40
>> 7. SECOND-LEAST 64
>> 8. LEAST 8
>> I've tried to use the B command of the vis.vim plugin, as in:
>> '<,'>B sort n
>> but it doesn't work.
> It worked fine for me.
> I put the cursor on the '4' in the first line, then typed
> :B sort!n
> 1. LARGEST 540
> 2. SECOND-LARGEST 168
> 3. MID 64
> 4. MID 40
> 5. MID 40
> 6. MID 14.84
> 7. SECOND-LEAST 8
> 8. LEAST 2.8
Thanks, it works. I forgot the second step of yours, '$'. I always used
'set ve=all' to select the whole third column, and I had problems with
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