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18 June 2013

Memorizing passwords

Let’s say you want to type a password – “johnny b”. Instead, you type “jho”, then you realize you wrote wrongly. There are two options to delete things:

  • Just delete the last two letters, just the ones which have been typed wrong.
  • Delete the whole word, type right from the beginning.

The first solution is more efficient, you delete less and type less.

As a paradox, it’s best to do the second thing, it will help you memorize the correct way of typing Johnny. :)

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