G / GG - Glue Lines Together

Syntax


G[n]

GG / GG



Operands


n

The number of lines to be glued. If you do not type a number, or if the number you type is 1, the line on which the G is entered will be joined to the line following it.



Description

G/GG is used to glue together one or more lines as ‘physical' lines, without being trimmed beforehand.  Any leading or trailing spaces on the lines are retained.  The lines are joined into a single line by concatenating them together left to right, in order.


Note: To perform a Glue operation that involves trimming, see the line command TG / TGG - Text Glue Lines.


By default, nothing is inserted between the glued lines; they are simply concatenated together.  In effect, lines are glued together with an implied zero-length string between them.


In some cases, it may be useful to specify a particular user-defined string to insert between lines.  This is now possible using the GLUEWITH primary command.  See the GLUEWITH command, and the example below, for more information.  Note that GLUEWITH is a global setting, not associated with a particular file type.


Gluing of lines uses the following rules:


Example 1: Before Glue:



After Glue:  



Example 1: Before Glue, GLUEWITH '---' in effect:



After Glue:  



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