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In gvim, since button e is the command to go to next word's end, then what's the command to go to previous word's end? I tried Shift+e, but it seems it works the same as single e.

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The command to go to the end of the previous word is ge. See

:help word-motions

for a list of these commands.

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Exactly what I want, nice. – Elderry Sep 20 '12 at 13:54

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