How do I write recorded key sequences to a file?

The recorded key sequences are stored in a register. You can paste the contents of the register into a Vim buffer. Now you can save the buffer into a file. You can also modify the pasted text and again yank into the register to modify the recorded key sequence. For example, if you record a set of key sequences using qa ….. q. The recorded key sequences are stored in the register ‘a’. You can paste the contents of register ‘a’ using “ap.

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