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How do I find out the name of the files in the buffers in vim.Is there any command that returns the name of the file?

  • :ls lists buffers... – jasonwryan Mar 5 '15 at 7:30
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The bufname() command returns the filespec of the passed-in buffer number. To get all buffers (like :ls), you can iterate with for bufNr in range(1, bufnr('$')) ... The returned filespec may be relative to the current directory; you can use fnamemodify() to turn it into an absolute filespec.

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