-> This gave me 'ff'
Originally Posted by schragge
On AIX -> ' erase = ^? '
or the same in human readable form:
$ stty -a|sed -n 's/.* \(erase [^;]*\).*/\1/p'
I haven't really set any mappings in .exrc.
Check that the mapping is set up properly:
$ sed -n '/\ch/p' ~/.exrc|od -aAn
: m a p ! sp del sp bs nl
You should get the same output.
The problem is when I do 'vi .exrc'
and type 'map <backspace> ', it moves my cursor one step left to the space. It doesn't put anything after the word map.
So I was wondering since backspace is acting like an 'h' or 'left arrow', how do I represent it as text?
In the insert mode: backspace = move cursor one step left
del = Change case of characterIn the command mode: backspace = function of delete or x
del = Change case of character
This is very weird.