q/ and q? do not work

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Vim has two related, very useful commands that are missing from evil: q/ and q?

q/ will open a small buffer with a copy of the search history in it, and allow you to edit it as a regular buffer. Then, whenever you hit ENTER on any line, a search will be run as if you had typed that line after a regular / command.

q? is the corresponding backwards-search command.

For more details, please see :help q/ in vim.

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