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|Manipulate a list of buffers.
This command makes a list of buffers, displays it in a window, and
lets you edit it. Alphabetic keys run special bufed commands. The N
and P commands go to the next and previous buffers in the list,
respectively. The D command deletes the buffer on the current line
immediately. It warns you if the buffer has unsaved changes. The
<Space> or E key selects the buffer on the current line, and the S key
writes the buffer named on the current line to its file. Typing 1
makes the window occupy the whole screen, then selects the buffer like
E. Typing 2 or 5 splits the window horizontally or vertically, then
selects the indicated buffer. Shift-P prints the buffer on the current
In a bufed listing, the A, B, F, and I keys make bufed sort the
buffer list by last access time, buffer name, file name, or size,
respectively. Use the shifted versions of these keys to sort in
reverse. Pressing U requests an unsorted buffer list: the newest
buffers appear first in the list. M toggles whether modified buffers
appear first in the list.
This command does not normally list special buffers such as the kill
buffers whose names begin with the "
-" character. To list even
these buffers, give the bufed command (or a sorting command) a
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