This is possibly a very strange question, and I'm not sure where to ask it! But is there anyone around that uses a standing desk or a treadmill desk, and can you tell us how it effects your productivity and your typing. Do you make more mistakes? Do you use a tramill when you're thinking, or reading? Does it make you more or less effective? I know it seems like a stupid question, but I am very serious, and very keen to find out peoples thoughts on the matter!

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I sent this to Dani: "As I was posting the page would NOT accept a paste and was quite a while before I could actually type?? and she says: she's never had a prob. like that before and maybe someone else has had the same prob. and "It’s really hard to try to debug a problem that cannot be reproduced." for feedback. well, it happened, no idea why. 'course everything seems to work now like it should.

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I am working on a keyboard teaching aid similar to mavis beacon. With the following code i am able to detect if the enter key is pressed on the keyboard. If e.KeyChar = Microsoft.VisualBasic.ChrW(keys.enter) Then MsgBox("Enter key is pressed") End If but what i want to do is that i want to make the keyword "keys.enter" to become a variable name so that the whole code can be called upon as a subroutine to handle all types of letter being pressed by the user so that i dont have to repeat the whole code for the keys needed. Thanks in …

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Maybe it's just me, but I like taking online typing tests, ever since those Mavis Beacon days nearly 20 years ago. Gosh that makes me feel old, but I do turn 30 in three hours :-P In any case ... I wrote a typing test script. Check it out http://www.daniweb.com/typing/test

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Not sure if it's a spyware/malware problem, but typing in any field on a web page using Internet Explorer 9 is unbearably slow. I type in a single letter and can wait up to 30 seconds for it to appear on the screen. I suspect a keylogger or something, but it could just be an IE issue that can be cleared up. When I run the same pages in Firefox, I have no problems typing. A log of my HijackThis scan is below: Anyone else have this problem or can help me? Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4 Scan saved …

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Ordering objects is one thing that is changing as we will move to Python3 Python 2.6 gives interesting results [CODE]a=[1,'23',('a','b'),False,[[]],[],'bc',['ab','34'],45,'0',{},True] >>> sorted(a) [False, 1, True, 45, {}, [], [[]], ['ab', '34'], '0', '23', 'bc', ('a', 'b')] >>> print True==1 True >>> print False==0 True >>> print False=='' False [/CODE] Python3 has sense to give up but still gives interesting results [CODE]Python 3.1.2 (r312:79149, Mar 21 2010, 00:41:52) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)] on win32 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> a=[1,'23',('a','b'),False,[[]],[],'bc',['ab','34'],45,'0',{},True] >>> sorted(a) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> TypeError: unorderable …

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The End.