uli Man, you think you're bad, I still can't let it go. It seems the term "Yank" started back in the 60s, where as the term "Paste" was coined by Xerox in the mid 70s with the development of their GUIs. I'm amazed that the term "Yank" continues to this day, given the previlance of the "cut'n'paste' paradime used today.
The question is, if I was using the BASIC Engine NG to teach programming to young kids, what keyboard shortcuts would benefit them the most for a future as a programmer? Aside for the ridiculous use of a finger as a device for positioning the cursor and selecting and pasting text, what would benefit kids the most from a keyboard only interface with a modern keyboard?