:buffers displays a list of window buffers, but suppose I
dd'd a few lines (this puts them in buffers 1-9) and yanked
"[a-z]yy a few others. That's up to 35 buffers I couldn't possibly keep in my head.
How do I see a list of all of my deleted and yanked buffers?
(also: is is there a different name for both kinds of buffers? it seems confusing to call two completely separate feature "buffers")
edit: the confusion arose because, for some reason, the vim tutorial I was reading calls registers "named buffers".