I think that goes all the way back to the character based Wordstar
program. Ran under DOS was fast and once you learned all the key
combinations was really powerful. WordPerfect came along and killed
WordStar, along with IBMs Display Writer. Then M$Word go to version two
and it was all over but the crying......
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects
On 8/4/2011 9:52 AM, Jerry C. Adams wrote:
Out of curiosity does anyone know who's bright idea it was to make C andV
(along with Ctrl) the Copy and Paste keys? Okay, the C I understand, butFor
why V? P was obviously taken by 'Print' but V doesn't make any sense.
about the fourth time today (and uncounted times in the past) I have--
fat-fingered the Ctrl-C when I meant to paste.
Jerry C. Adams
IBM i Programmer/Analyst
My wife and I are incompatible. She hates me when I'm drunk, and I can't
stand her when I'm sober.
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