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w -- Write command
default range syntax
1,$ w[! | + | >] [file name]
"w" writes the buffer to a file. If issued without a file
name the current file name is used. If "f" was used to change
the file name or if a file name was given, a new file will be
created and written unless the file already exits which causes
a warning. The warning may be bypassed using "w!". Options
[+] or [>] mean to append to the file instead of writing over
it. Se expands environment variables occuring in file names.
To return to the command directory, type "hcomdir."
See also: "hf", "hok".