define :A {arg-name} similar to :b +cmd {bufname}

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define :A {arg-name} similar to :b +cmd {bufname}

'Suresh Govindachar' via vim_use

Hello,

Note that although both ":buffer N" and ":buffer {bufname}" exist,
:argument takes only numbers.

Just as we have ":b {bufname}", would like to have ":A {arg-file}".

Would be nice for :A to have all the features of :b but for the argument
list -- features such as returning all files that containing the string
{arg-file}, support for ":SA {arg-file}" and ":tab SA {arg-file}".

So how can a ":A" command be defined to do for the arg-list what :b does
for the buffer list?

Thanks,

--Suresh

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