*various.txt*   For IdeaVIM version 0.12.0.  Last change: 2006 Nov 12

                  IdeaVIM REFERENCE MANUAL    by Rick Maddy

Various commands                                        *various*

1. Various commands             |various-cmds|
2. Online help                  |online-help|
3. Printing                     |printing|
4. Using Vim like less or more  |less|

1. Various commands                                     *various-cmds*

<Del>                   When entering a number: Remove the last digit.
:as[cii]        or                                      *ga* *:as* *:ascii*
ga                      Print the ascii value of the character under the
                        cursor in decimal, hexadecimal and octal.  For
                        example, when the cursor is on a 'R':
                                <R>  82,  Hex 52,  Octal 122 
                        When the character is a non-standard ASCII character,
                        but printable according to the 'isprint' option, the
                        non-printable version is also given.  When the
                        character is larger than 127, the <M-x> form is also
                        printed.  For example:
                                <~A>  <M-^A>  129,  Hex 81,  Octal 201
                                <p>  <|~>  <M-~>  254,  Hex fe,  Octal 376
                        (where <p> is a special character)
                        The <Nul> character in a file is stored internally as
                        <NL>, but it will be shown as:
                                <^@>  0,  Hex 00,  Octal 000
                        Mnemonic: Get Ascii value.

g8                      Print the hex values of the bytes used in the
                        character under the cursor, assuming it is in |UTF-8|
                        encoding.  This also shows composing characters.
                        Example of a character with three composing
                                e0 b8 81 + e0 b8 b9 + e0 b9 89

                                                        *:!cmd* *:!* *E34*
:!{cmd}                 Execute {cmd} with the shell.  See also the 'shell'
                        and 'shelltype' option.
                        Any '!' in {cmd} is replaced with the previous
                        external command (see also 'cpoptions').  But not when
                        there is a backslash before the '!', then that
                        backslash is removed.  Example: ":!ls" followed by
                        ":!echo ! \! \\!" executes "echo ls ! \!".
                        After the command has been executed, the timestamp of
                        the current file is checked |timestamp|.
                        There cannot be a '|' in {cmd}, see |:bar|.
                        A newline character ends {cmd}, what follows is
                        interpreted as a following ":" command.  However, if
                        there is a backslash before the newline it is removed
                        and {cmd} continues.  It doesn't matter how many
                        backslashes are before the newline, only one is
                        On Unix the command normally runs in a non-interactive
                        shell.  If you want an interactive shell to be used
                        (to use aliases) set 'shellcmdflag' to "-ic".

:!!                     Repeat last ":!{cmd}".

K                       Opens the Quick Javadoc for the keyword under the

2. Online help                                          *online-help*

                        *help* *<Help>* *:h* *:help* *<F1>* *i_<F1>* *i_<Help>*
<Help>          or
:h[elp]                 Open the IDEA Help Topics window.

                                                        *{subject}* *E149*
:h[elp] {subject}       Like ":help", additionally jump to the tag {subject}.

3. Printing                                             *printing*

This information does not apply to IdeaVIM.

4. Using Vim like less or more                                  *less*

This information does not apply to IdeaVIM.