In editors like Atom or VSCode, command + / will comment current line by adding “#” at the beginning of the line. I’m wondering if it is a good idea to add another shortcut for adding pipe operator “|>”. For instance, pressing command + “.” would add a “|>” at the beginning of the line.
Well, when I’m piping something, normally I start doing the pipe, maybe it can be useful to someone, depending on how you think when you’re programming, but I, personally, would not use it. Maybe if people vote here. Like @jackalcooper’s post if you would use it, and like mine if not?