d seems to be bound to evil-delete which requires beg and end arguments. I suspect they are somehow obtained from d motion. Let's say I have defun my-delete-line (body). What should go in body to emulate <dd>?

  • Do you want to emulate <dd>? Or do you want to kill-whole-line? – Zeta Mar 28 at 16:56
  • @Zeta I want to emulate <dd>. – tejasvi88 Mar 29 at 3:17
  • The question how dd works has been answered on old.reddit.com/r/emacs/comments/mezr4b/… already. "Emulate dd" isn't nearly clear enough. Hence my vote to close as it's two different questions and expecting people to answer both with little clarification is unreasonable. – wasamasa Mar 29 at 18:07

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