And saying "It's called Emacs" is a valid argument then?
By your reasoning every new scalable/clustered database or filesystem or server etc. is pathetic because, you know, "VAX had this 30 years ago". "What?" indeed.
As someone who primarily writes code in Windows and occasionally in Xcode on the Mac, I'm grateful for the fact that I use Vim - which doesn't require using any of the modifier keys to move around and edit.
Every time I'm sitting in the Xcode editor I'm constantly hitting the wrong modifier key or forgetting the key combination for delete-word-backwords or whatever.
Is the convention of beginning a reply with "This." a Reddit meme? I'm beginning to see this more and more and it always irks me for some reason. Isn't an up-vote on the comment the correct way to say "This."?
Gibberish. Not your comment, I just figured I would preface my reply with a single meaningless word that added nothing to what I was about to say, and if that's the convention, then it may as well be a word which actually means 'meaningless'. Over. (New convention, we'll end every reply with the word 'Over'.)