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30.13 Appending to an Existing File

You can use the UNIX redirect and append operator (>> ) with w to append all or part of the contents of the buffer to an existing file. For example, if you entered:

:1,10w

 newfile

and then:

$
 
:340,$w >>

newfile

newfile would contain lines 1-10 and line 340 to the end of the buffer.

- TOR from O'Reilly & Associates' Learning the vi Editor , Chapter 5


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