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- v. Present participle of type.
- n. Assigning or classification by type.
- n. the act of typing on a keyboard.
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- n. writing done with a typewriter
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I was reading through past entries ... and my typing is appaling!
Is to SQL what dynamic typing is to static typing. [did he mean 'is to sparql'?]
I've been using it as that (since I do not use it for anything else, and thus am less likely to accidentally activate my mic at the wrong time) for so many years that I don't know that I would adjust very well to changing to another key - and by now, I'm used to double-tapping the key to turn off the actual caps lock for when I begin typing again. ladypoetess
Accept certain inalienable truths: market languages like Java and C# suck, dynamic typing is better than static typing, and your programming career will end someday.
I have noticed that typing is the way words flow out of me, but writing things out can help provide a peculiar feel to the process.
And I know you were being ‘nice’ in typing this post.
I learned in typing class (during the aforementioned dark ages, on an actual typewriter with a hand-crank return) that two is proper.
Yes, in typing class in 1989 I was taught two spaces after a period.
Day to day typing is probably tutor enough after the basics.
Just take any novel off your shelves, open it somewhere, and begin typing the copy into your computer until you have the urge to alter, change and improve the text at hand.