Editor question

I like ctrl + X for cutting a whole line to the clipboard without having
to first select it.

Is there a way to do the same thing for a multi-line statement without
having to first select its 'block'?

That is, is there a way to cut a single statement to the clipboard when
the cursor is somewhere in the statement (without first having to select
the statement)?

Thanks,

Ted

3 comments

No.

But is it so difficult pressing control-w the needed times and then cutting the selection?

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Personnaly I've bound ctrldown instead of ctrlw. It's far more powerful ;)

BoD


Carlos Costa e Silva wrote:

No.

But is it so difficult pressing control-w the needed times and then cutting the selection?

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BoD wrote:

Personnaly I've bound ctrldown instead of ctrlw. It's far more
powerful ;)

BoD


Carlos Costa e Silva wrote:

>> No.
>> But is it so difficult pressing control-w the needed times and then
>> cutting the selection?
>>
Double click into whitespace before composite statement in its first line.

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