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dot command in Vim, last change?

The dot command in Vim repeats the "last change", but I am not exactly sure what constitutes the "last change". For example, if I type the sequence: A;{ESC}j. Then a semi-colon is appended to ...
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6answers
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How to comment multiple lines at once? [duplicate]

How can I select a bunch of text and comment it all out? Currently I go to the first line, go to insert mode then type # left-arrowdown-arrow and then I repeat that sequence, perhaps saving a few ...
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1answer
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Expand pattern under cursor to all files matching it

Is there anyway to let VIM expand the glob pattern to all files that match it? e.g when I type *.c, and press some key, it would become a.c b.c
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2answers
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Vim markers and macros

Is there a way to make a macro operate up to a marker? I know if I do 5@a my macro will operate on 5 lines. Example: set marker with `mc` record a macro with `qa` ... now what? Obviously 'c@a just ...
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4answers
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Is there a vim shortcut for <name of current file>?

In vim, if I'm working on a Python script, I will commonly type: :! python this_script.py to execute the script. Is there a shortcut for the name of the current file? If not, can I easily make one? ...