For an initial file with lines like this example:
1 12 123 1234 12345
The desired state of the file is
'1' '12' '123' '1234' '12345'
I've been doing this with two commands,
:%s/$/'/g, that I would like to get into one. However, when I try
I get the error
E486: Pattern not found: [$^]
I know the leading
^ in brackets means exclusion, so I figured putting
$ first would mean match both the beginning and end of lines, which is obviously not happening.
How can I match both the beginning and end of lines in vim?