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    coding quadriplegics using voice

    Any quads out there code using voice? I want to learn python, but typing with a typing stick and shift key operation is a pain/slow. Anyone use voice? I watched a video of a guy that's coding via voice.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SkdfdXWYaI

    Is this the only option?

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    What IDE are you using? PyCharm has great autocomplete/IntelliSense that makes coding more efficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Honcho View Post
    What IDE are you using? PyCharm has great autocomplete/IntelliSense that makes coding more efficient.
    I will give that a try. Looking at VIM and Emacs too.

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    I'm using Sublime. Emmet is a time saver. Voice Rec can make formating a pain.

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    not coding friendly, ur typing will improve, i 1 finger pek as quick as most of my IT colleagues type with 2 good hands

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    if I didn't have to hit the shift key for uppercase characters, it would go faster--that's what makes it most difficult. Otherwise, I'm ok with a typing stick in one hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ouch View Post
    if I didn't have to hit the shift key for uppercase characters, it would go faster--that's what makes it most difficult. Otherwise, I'm ok with a typing stick in one hand.
    Do you use Sticky keys?

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