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process-yank

Insert the contents of a kill buffer.  Process mode: Ctrl-Y

This command behaves just like the yank command, but if more than one line would be yanked (and then immediately executed by the running shell command processor), it first prompts for confirmation. When a keyboard macro is running or being defined, this prompting is disabled.

More info:

The Concurrent Process



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