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I might not understand exactly what you mean, but you can find all non-standard key mappings by typing :im. To make a higher-level comment: if you want to be able to use Vim on multiple platforms/computers without always having to load your own plugins, special modes or vimrc-file, I think the best thing to do is to learn/use the standard Vim-commands as much as possible. I made several key mappings myself, but always try to find the standard Vim-alternative. And it can be pretty quick. One thing I did is map <esc> to ;j, making your nr 1 mapping as easy as ;jI and nr 2 ;jA.
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Thanks! You can see whether a command exists with the (logic) command :im <c-a>. If it says 'No mapping found', you won't be overwriting anyting. I don't think it'll get much more robust than that...
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