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The default 'operators' config value is _,_. How can I highlight more than ',', e.g. ===, !==, ., ... ?
yes, since it is called 'operators',
for example , you can use this '_,\|+\|-\|*\|\/\|===\|!==_' for ,, +, -, *, /, === and !===
you can read the vim help about :syn-pattern for more details