: |> >
: |> > I seem to remember that when using VI, you could easily change words from
: |> > lower-case to upper-case and vice versa, just by typing in a single key
: |> > repeatedly, but I can't remember how to do it.
: |> >
: |> > Is this possible or am I just imagining that I used to be able to do it?
: |> Use the tilde(~) key. Place the cursor over the letter that you want
: |> changed and press the tilde key. The case changes to it's opposite.
: Not directly what was asked, but if you need to do many characters,
: a regular expression and the substitute command might be useful.
: For example, to make an entire line uppercase:
: and of course \L for lowercase.
Oh, so it was the tilde key, eh? I knew it existed, but I thought
I had tried every key on the keyboard and couldn't find it! Thanks
for the answer...
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