Sorry for asking at the wrong place but the right question :-(. Here goes my question.
When option "cindent" is set, then some characters like "#" etc. are positioned at the beginning of the line as soon as we insert that.
I wanted to know that, for other characaters or words, can we do some sort of setting to get them repositioned anywhere in current line as soon as we enter them?
Thanks in advance,
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