Replying to ruby.social/@solnic/101295441343793315
qq[commands]q here, because somebody once told me that‘s quickest. Using the
q registry is probably adding the the confusion, though.
Something I learned the other day is that you can print and yank macros from and to their registries by using
"ay (for the
a registry) so you can see commands printed out. I’m hoping that will help me get a feel for them a bit more.