Vim: delete lines that don’t match pattern
Ex command :v to the rescue!
Using :g! will give you the same result as using :v.
:g finds lines that do match a pattern.
I had a large list of locations. I wanted to keep only the locations containing hyphens and delete the rest so I used this: :v/-/d
:v – find lines not matching your pattern
d – delete matches
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