Take your medicine: typespeed

Is it a game? Is it a training tool? Is it legalized torture?

 

You can decide. That’s typespeed, which was added to the wiki by one of the volunteers … and which I hadn’t heard of before.

I’m always glad to find a new toy or two, and it would probably behoove me to spend a little more time with this one.

As a point of interest, you can set it to use not only English words, but words from several different languages — and even programming languages.

You haven’t been challenged until #endif and single brackets have floated by and you’re feverishly trying to remember which key faces left and which one faces right.

I joke, but this is another one of those programs that, in my humble opinion, proves that a graphical interface isn’t always necessary. Enjoy. ;)

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4 thoughts on “Take your medicine: typespeed

  1. x33a

    I had tried it a few years back, but then forgot about it. Thanks for reminding me of this again :)

    Reply

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