Move function parameters with macro
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created December 13, 2005 · complexity intermediate · author Robert Ames · version 5.7
"Move after next comma nmap ,mc "zdiWxf,a <Esc>"zp "Move until next parenthesis nmap ,mp "zdiWxf)hi, <Esc>"zpx
foo = compare( "first", second, theThird );
Putting cursor on "first" and pressing ",mc" will move the "first" parameter after the following comma:
foo = compare( second, "first", theThird );
Putting cursor on "second" parameter and pressing ",mp" will move it to the parenthesis:
foo = compare( "first", theThird, second );
This is similar to the old "xp" trick (which will transpose two characters) with a delete and a put. The parameter under the cursor is snipped with "diW" (delete Inner FullWord), which will include the comma. To put it after a comma is simply a paste in the right spot (f,p). To put it as the last parameter, you've got to add a comma to the last paramter and remove its last comma.
This is dependent on spaces between parameters or will require some tweaking to match how you work. BE CAREFUL AS IT WILL EAT YOUR CODE IF YOU DON'T WATCH IT CLOSELY!
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