reyank - Restore next yank buffer
n reyank (esc y)
Every region killed goes onto a stack, with the most recent at the top. Immediately after yanking text out into the current buffer using yank(2), the user may reyank which deletes the region just yanked and replaces it with n insertions of the next region on the kill stack. Another call to reyank deletes that region and replaces it with the next in the stack etc.
The default behavior of reyank is to wrap around the kill chain in a loop (i.e. returns to the start of the list when the end of the kill chain is reached). If a negative argument n is specified then reyank fails when the end of the kill chain is reached rather than looping back to the start of the list.
The last 15 kills are stored.
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Last Modified: 2006/08/19
Generated On: 2006/10/07