See Groundwork, for Ex address syntax. See Options, to see how to get literal (non-regular-expression) search and how to stop search from wrapping around.
Toggle case-sensitive search. With prefix argument, toggle vanilla/regular expression search.
To the <count>th occurrence of <string>.
Viper does not parse search patterns and does not expand special symbols found there (e.g., ‘~’ is not expanded to the result of the previous substitution).
After typing / or ? all the usual Emacs minibuffer commands, such as M-p and M-n are available. In addition, typing C-s will insert the last search string used by the Emacs incremental search command (which is bound to C-s everywhere except in this case).
To the <count>th previous occurrence of <string>.
Search for the text described by move. (off by default)
Repeat latest / ? (next).
Idem in opposite direction.
Find the next bracket and go to its match
Search globally [from line x to y] for <string> and execute the Ex <cmd> on each occurrence.
Execute <cmd> on the lines that don’t match.
Execute the last keyboard macro for each line in the region. See Macros and Registers, for more info.
Search in the tags file where <name> is defined (file, line), and go to it.
Substitute (on lines x through y) the pattern <pat> (default the last pattern) with <repl>. Useful flags <f> are ‘g’ for ‘global’ (i.e., change every non-overlapping occurrence of <pat>) and ‘c’ for ‘confirm’ (type ‘y’ to confirm a particular substitution, else ‘n’). Instead of / any punctuation character other than <space> <tab> and <lf> can be used as delimiter.
Note: The newline character (inserted as C-qC-j) can be used in <repl>.
Repeat latest Ex substitute command, e.g., :s/wrong/right.
Execute <ex-command> on all lines that match <pattern>.
Execute <ex-command> on all lines that do not match <pattern>.