Assuming a line such as:
grep -ir "$@" * | grep -v "/.svn/" | grep -v "/inc/help/" | head -n 100
If the cursor is at the first
| and I want to delete until
head, how could I do that with t? I know that I could
v/hea to select until
hea but when I then delete the text I will have removed the leading
head as well. I could just
h back a character, but this is now a chain of workarounds. It works, but I would like to know if there is a better way.
Is there any way to have
t depend on two or more characters instead of a single character?