Improving Compiler Error Messages

BCS none at
Mon May 3 13:51:42 PDT 2010

Hello Nick,

> I passed the
> classes fine, but I never got to a point where I really felt
> comfortable with it. Especialy for C-style code, where the usual
> statistics for most/least-commonly-used characters go right out the
> window and you spend about as much time streching for a shifted
> punctuation and various keyboard shortcuts as you spend on the "home
> keys". But I've been able to get up to about 30 or so words per minute
> with the ad-hoc style I've been developing since I was about 7, and
> that's been more than fast enough for any coding or normal writing
> I've ever done.

I'm working in programming for a living and I can just barley touch type. 
As for using the home row, if I even have one it's "adfv" and ";kjn" (BTW 
I've never hand RSI problems :).

> I'm also another person that finds semicolons magically appearing at
> the end of statements...even when I use a language that doesn't allow
> them ;)

Me to; English;

... <IXOYE><

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