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Nexus

Incrementor Objects for Vim

By default, Nexus comes with three global incrementor objects:

  • s0

  • s1

  • inc

The s1 object has a method called next() which returns the next number in the series. As his name implies, the first such number is 1. There is a corresponding s0 object whose first call to next() yields, of course, the number 0. The gentle user is free to create their own series objects too:

:let even_seq = Series(0, 2)

The command:

:echo even_seq.next()

will print 2 on the first call, then 4, then 6, 8, 10, etc, on subsequent calls.

The Series constructor has the following signatures:

  • Series() → starting at 0 with an increment of 1 → 1, 2, 3, 4, …

  • Series(7) → starting at 0 with an increment of 7 → 7, 14, 21, 28, …

  • Series(7, 2) → starting at 7 with an increment of 2 → 9, 11, 13, 15, …

  • Series(2, 7) → starting at 2 with an increment of 7 → 9, 16, 23, 30, …

Nexus’s Series Objects provide the following methods:

  • reset() to set the object back to its original values when created

  • next() to increment and return the next number in the series

  • inc() as an alias for next()

  • value() to return the current value without incrementing internal state

  • val() as an alias for value()

  • set() to explicitly alter the internal value (but not increment amount)

I use s1 a lot in my daily vimming. It could be useful to you too.

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