|:set wrapscan or :set ws
|When this option is set, pattern searches resulting from a /,
?, n, N (#, \) command automatically wrap around to the opposit end of the file
and continue whenever the beginning or end of a file is reached.|
|:set ignorecase or :set ic
|Uppercase and lowercase characters in text are treated identically
in regular expression matching|
|Enables metacharacters for use in regular expressions|
|Displays a status message in the lowest line on the screen|
|The terse option lets you obtain shorter error diagnostics.|
|:set readonly or :set ro
|This option sets the read-only flag for the file being editeds,
thus preventing accidental overwriting at the end of the session.|
|:set autowrite or :set aw
|Causes the contents of the buffer to be written to the current file
if you have modified them and given a :next, :rewind or !
|You can set the number of bytes displayed in on screenline.
Default is max. number divisible by four.|
|If memmove is set, you can use commands to insert or delete bytes.
This can be dangerous for e.g. executable programs.
Default is nomemmove.|
|An offset is added to all addresses and byte counts. Default
address of the first byte is 0.|
|Length of an ASCII-string found by w, W, b or B|
|displays ASCII characters below 32 in the status line in
Unix-style instead of DOS-style||