>It isn't the typing that >makes hand-written code better, it's the brain on the end of the >fingers. I absolutely agree with you. >Whether those fingers use a mouse and click to make code, or >type, is irrelevant to the quality of the result. I partially agree with you: You can (very easily) produce "bad quality" results by clicking and drag-dropping. Besides, you can produce bad-quality results and "think that" they are damn good, because simply they work and look good. My belief is that before one starts using a visual editor, s/he should learn to type first. Any poet has to learn grammar to full extent before starting to alter it. And as Einstein said: "Any generalization is incorrect, including this one." Cheers, Volkan.