When you give a yank buffer a one-letter name,
you have a convenient way to move text from one file to
Named buffers are not cleared when a new file is loaded into
buffer with the
Thus, by yanking (copying) or deleting text from one file (into multiple
named buffers if
necessary), calling in a new file with
The following example illustrates how to transfer text from one file to another.
If you yank into a buffer and type the buffer name as an uppercase letter,
your new text will be added to the text already in the buffer.
For example, you might use