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Typing text in vim, ")" will take me to the next period.
Is there something that will take me to the next comma? (If the comma's on the same line of course I can say "f,", but I'm mainly looking for a way to delete to the next comma when it's on a different line.)
That will delete everything from the current cursor
position to the next comma, no matter where in the
text it is [caveat: if there's no comma after the
current cursor position it will delete to the one before it :}] ...