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vasco (2001-10-26 17:57) 
Here Temko about the clock was discussed: http://delphi.mastak.ru/cgi-bin/forum.pl?look=1&id=1004003917&n=3
And, like a left-handed person (almost the same-handed), I noticed a couple of remarks about the mechanics on my right hand (he recently ditched a Citizen mechanical hammering nails with his left hand).
So the question is? According to generally accepted statistics, left-handed people are every 20. And among programmers, this alignment is observed?
I promise to track this topic and keep a count ...
McSimm (2001-10-26 18:28) 
I know only one lefty. And he is a programmer.
limon (2001-10-26 20:40) 
I’m almost the same-handed, the left - for rough work, the right - for the exact
y-soft (2001-10-27 18:42) 
I am left-handed in its purest form (I only write and eat right, and even as a result of forced retraining in childhood). I wear a watch on my right hand after I split it several times in a row :)
DK (2001-10-28 03:08) 
I am writing right (I didn’t want, but forced), everything else is left.
lun (2001-10-28 07:56) 
I'm right-handed, in its purest form :))
vasco (2001-10-28 12:46) 
Yes, it turns out incorrectly a little (from the point of view of statistics), only one left-handed person answers ...
StelZ (2001-10-29 00:07) 
I'm left-handed ... just eating with my right hand ...
-=CrazyFish=- (2001-10-29 10:37) 
Among my acquaintances programmers are two left-handed people.
nikkie (2001-10-29 13:55) 
at school retrained to write with the right, but I can both. when I think, I prefer to write left. I draw only with the left. I eat only the right.
my father’s about the same - he eats only left, writes right, draws left. but he is not a programmer :)
Merlin (2001-10-29 14:13) 
> Yes, it turns out incorrectly a little (from the point of view of statistics), only one left-handed person answers ...
Because the question was incorrectly asked. You have already addressed only to left-handed people, because basically they answer.
Merlin (2001-10-29 14:38) 
PS I’m right-handed :) Moreover, in my youth I broke my left collarbone and for about 5 months she was in a cast, since then I’ve been even more right-handed than you can imagine :) although I try to develop it constantly.
fliz (2001-10-29 15:05) 
I do not know how left-handed, but the "leftist" in bulk.
can draw a window in a dolphy - means proger.
then you don’t need to read any jokes when
after such "progers" you modify the program.
This is me about my sore. And so from ~ 20 programmers
I know only 2 lefties.
Amit (2001-11-03 21:24) 
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I work with my left hand
when someone in the face must also be given with his left hand,
and I’m writing with my right hand not because I liked the ent,
and from that, at school, the teachers forced me to write right.
what about deadlines no problem writing normal programs
and no dowelling is necessary.
vasco (2001-11-04 01:56) 
I agree. Was wrong.
Is it possible to formulate such questions in the vote?
1. Which hand do you bother with tea? a) left b) right c) spoon
Although the statistics do not accept jokes ..., again everyone will answer that with a spoon.
MJH (2001-11-05 15:01) 
Or maybe the question is as follows (by analogy with a left-handed person who had a horseshoe flea) - who can subscribe to the 1x1 pixel gif? ;))
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