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And it works for the first character but my lines are line this

this_is_a_string

And I would like this

This_Is_A_String

Any thoughts?

VI Command would be nice but any other simple solution would work as well

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do :%s/^./\U&/ then :%s/_./\U&/g

the first will uppercase the first letter of every line, the second will uppercase the first letter after each underscore in all lines.

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Thanks! Perfect –  Phill Pafford Feb 16 '12 at 19:01
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Combining the two search/replace Rob suggested:

:%s/^.\|_./\U&/gc

will search for either the first char in a line or the first char following an _

'or' is specified by \|

the 'g' will change all occurrences in a line

the 'c' will ask for confirmation

Bill

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Thanks, I never knew how to combine them! Useful info! –  Rob Feb 22 '12 at 15:10
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