To insert time-stamp in a file, you can exit from edit mode and type:
Doesn’t work as easily in windows – you need to say:
:r! date /T
This only gets the date, though. the time you’d have to say:
:r! time /T
Before seeing this tip, I did this to use the Vim internal functions:
This puts the current date and time at the end of the current line. (remember that ^M is actually the enter key captured by preceding it with ctrl-q in windows or ctrl-v in other os)
I put it in a macro so I can just hit @t to get the timestamp
Super. It is a very useful tip.
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