A Vim variable (bno) contains a buffer number. How do I use this

variable to open the corresponding buffer? The :buffer command will not accept a variable name. It accepts only a buffer number or buffer name. You have to use the “:execute” command to evaluate the variable into the corresponding value. For example:

    :execute "buffer " . bno

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