How do you scroll trough the results of grep in gVIM(on WXP)?
When I give the command
:grep for *.c
(1 of 125): for (....
Hit ENTER or type command to continue.
How can I scroll through that list that contains 125 results?
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Leenman" <[hidden email]>
To: <[hidden email]>
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2005 8:55 AM
Subject: newbie grep question.
> How do you scroll trough the results of grep in gVIM(on WXP)?
> When I give the command
> :grep for *.c
> I get:
> (1 of 125): for (....
> Hit ENTER or type command to continue.
> How can I scroll through that list that contains 125 results?
[corporate disclaimer snipped]
To go to next item
To go to previous item
To see one line per item in a separate window, where you can hit Enter on
any of them to see the corresponding file
The grep (also helpgrep or, in Vim 7, vimgrep) results are displayed as an
"error list" which is accessible by "quickfix" commands, see ":help
quickfix.txt" for details.