How do I insert the contents of a Vim register into the current

buffer? In insert mode, you can use the <C-R><register> command to insert the contents of <register>. For example, use <C-R>a to insert the contents of register “a” into the current buffer. In normal mode, you can use the “:put <register>” command to insert the contents of <register>. For example, use the “:put d” command to insert the contents of register “d” into the current buffer.

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