Making a table is so much easier with the mouse
With a decent editor1, this is
simply not true. A few lines of lisp in your
configuration go a *long* way toward reducing the
amount of typing you have to do. In cperl-mode (with
my custom enhancements in the hook), I
hit one keystroke for my insert-tag function, type
hit Enter, and the following is inserted:
And it leaves my cursor positioned inside the th.
Similar shortcuts exist for other common tasks.
My fingers never have to leave the keyboard.
1 -- By <q>a decent editor</q> I of course
mean Emacs, but this is not intended to start
an editor war; feel free to customise your editor
of choice in a similar fashion, if it provides
the facilities for you to do so.
split//,".rekcah lreP rehtona tsuJ";$\=$ ;->();print$/
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