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Daniel Codex

thanks for the answer.
actually what I want to open an existing file, vertically.
so around that, I usually, used ctrl+w v to open a file vertically, and when I open file with ctrl+p (go to file... which is for vscode), and when i open the file, i will close the previous file.
just watch this:
as you can see, the only thing i wanted in that video is to open all the flag.txt vertically.