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If I execute
:jumps command it shows me a list of previously visited files/lines
jump line col file/text
97 152 0 ...
Can I jump to a jump by the jump number without iterating over them by pressing CTRL+o and CTRL+i?
I've not yet tried this link where they suggest to create a function: http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Jumping_to_previously_visited_locations
But cannot it really be achieved without it? Isn't there some built-in command in vim to do that?
asked Jul 23, 2016 at 8:25
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