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Ni Va
Hi,

Is it possible to use this kind of command to count items without moving cursor ?

'a,'bs/pattern//gn



Thanks

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Re: count-items

Christian Brabandt
Hi Ni!

On Fr, 07 Apr 2017, Ni Va wrote:

> Is it possible to use this kind of command to count items without moving cursor ?
>
> 'a,'bs/pattern//gn

like the other question you asked about the :s command, this is not
possible without wrapping into a function and saving/restoring the
cursor position there.


Best,
Christian
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Re: count-items

Ni Va
Le vendredi 7 avril 2017 20:31:20 UTC+2, Christian Brabandt a écrit :

> Hi Ni!
>
> On Fr, 07 Apr 2017, Ni Va wrote:
>
> > Is it possible to use this kind of command to count items without moving cursor ?
> >
> > 'a,'bs/pattern//gn
>
> like the other question you asked about the :s command, this is not
> possible without wrapping into a function and saving/restoring the
> cursor position there.
>
>
> Best,
> Christian
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> Gute Manieren bestehen aus lauter kleinen Opfern.
> -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Then I wrote this little code :

function! s:getPatternCount(begL,endL,pattern)
        let netrkC = 0
        if copy(a:begL) < copy(a:endL)
                for lnum in range(copy(a:begL), copy(a:endL))
                        if stridx(copy(getline(lnum)), copy(a:pattern)) == 0
                                let netrkC += 1
                        endif
                endfo
        endif
        return netrkC
endfu
        let networkCount = s:getPatternCount(copy(s:getPreviousLineBlock()), v:beval_lnum, 'NETWORK')

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