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9:17 AM
I really think a shortcut for o^[ and O^[ would be useful if they don't exist already
 
 
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11:13 AM
Oh wait, I see the commands now
 
 
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5:29 PM
@KritixiLithos haha, I literally just added that about a day ago
 
After a V pull on tio, I found a bug
It's with the Ä command. Try changing the arg to 1, 2 and 3 and see the difference. tio.run/nexus/v#@3@44fBKZSDR8v//fyMA
 
Ah shoot you're right. I swear, like 90% of bugs come from that command
 
haha, but why?
 
Why is this bug happening, or why is that command buggy?
 
Why is the command buggy?
 
5:37 PM
Because it has lots of edge cases. In general, it's just d<motion><n>P this works fine but if you're at the last line of the buffer, you get moved up a line and P is wrong
Add to that the fact that it works differently than most vim operators are supposed to in terms of counts. For example, there's <count1>ä<count 2><motion>, and 0, 1 and no count all have different behavior
 
ah, I see
Oh well, I guess my answer is going to get 2 more bytes
 
Link? You could probably get around it by using an older version before I tried (and failed) to fix that command
 
The older version and this version is the same as it is (I haven't edited my answer with the fixed version yet): codegolf.stackexchange.com/a/106825/41805
 
Yeah, I think any bytes you save by using an older version would be outweighed by losing the o<ESC> command
 
Talking about the o<ESC> command, I was wondering if I could contribute to the wiki
 
5:51 PM
Sure. Go for it!
I just sent you a collaborator invite
 
@KritixiLithos To make this bug even more annoying, if there's another line in the buffer it works correctly: Try it online!
smh
 
It looks normal to me
 
6:07 PM
Yeah, that's my point. If you delete world, it's wrong but if you leave it it's right
 
Haha, looking through your V commits, it seems Ä was a nuisance for a long time: github.com/DJMcMayhem/V/commit/…
 
What, it's 4 separate links?!!?!
 
Yup
If I can figure out this one the commit message will be Episode V: The ä bug strikes back
 
6:47 PM
@KritixiLithos I think I've fixed it. Could you try it out to see if I'm missing anything obvious?
(Thankfully I fixed it by removing code instead of adding it)
 
It works now :) I think there might be a correlation with the commit message and the commit itself
 
 
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8:47 PM
Does this mean that TIO is updated and is now technically newer than the question Kritixi was answering?
 
9:07 PM
No, I haven't asked Dennis to pull yet
 
I think it's working without the bug?
doesn't work on my copy which is as old as when i sent the pull reuqest
 
@nmjcman101 it doesn't work with input 1
That's the bug
 
9:37 PM
I wnoder why it doesn't work on my computer then
 
Are you on the newest version?
 
no... i don't know how to check my version though
 
Just git pull and it'll update
 
but then it's noncompeting in the challenge
 
Oooh, I see. Then what are you trying to do?
Do you want the newest competing version?
 
9:42 PM
No I have a version that is only missing <M-o> and the search count, so that's fine, it just wasn't working for the code I sent earlier. I might try to revert to before the most recent "duplicate fix"
 
Are you going to post an answer on that challenge?
 
was thinking about it
 
Why are you entering 'x's and then changing them to '#'s?
 
-_-
nvim, when you J deletes the first # on the next line
a better way might be adding an extra # on the line idk
 
It's weird, I can think of a lot of 16-byte solutions that should work but everything seems to be going wrong and I don't know why
 
9:56 PM
examples?
 
Well, if it weren't for the bug your solution could be 15 bytes
But WTF is happening here?
Oh, I think it has to do with commented lines being joined
Ahah! I figured it out! Try it online!
Now there's a 14 byte non-competing version: Ài# <esc>5Ù4JjòÀÄk
 
10:31 PM
That's pretty much what I had, just the disappearing #
That's why I was entering 'x's and changing them to '#'s
 
Ahh, I see now
@nmjcman101 I'd like to post this as a CW non-competing answer (Since we both worked on it). Is that OK with you? If you're still planning on posting a very similar answer, I won't
 
11:00 PM
@DJMcMayhem hell post it as your own answer that's fine
 
Haha, OK then
 
It might be useful to change Î to :g/^/norm
or have a different way to do that, like maybe if you left ç it defaulted to that
(<M-N> and <M-g> respectively)
 

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