Is there any command to toggle enable auto text wrapping?


Is there any command to toggle enable auto text wrapping?



By default, I think my vimrc setttings enable the auto-wrapping. However, sometimes, I would like to see text lines are not wrapped. Is there any command I toggle the text line wrapping enabled and disabled? This would avoid me to exit and to change settings.




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In your vimrc, create a function such as this:.
:function ToggleWrap() : if (&wrap == 1) :   set nowrap : else :   set wrap : endif :endfunction 
Then map a key (such as F9) to call this function, like so:.
map <F9> :call ToggleWrap()<CR> map! <F9> ^[:call ToggleWrap()<CR> 
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The quickref suggests (no)wrap.



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