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Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

<c-S><c-C>

Based on thisthis Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which in turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

<c-S><c-C>

Based on this Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which in turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

<c-S><c-C>

Based on this Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which in turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

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Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

Ctrl+S,Ctrl+C<c-S><c-C>

Based on this Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which in turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

Ctrl+S,Ctrl+C

Based on this Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which in turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

<c-S><c-C>

Based on this Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which in turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

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Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

Ctrl+S,Ctrl+C

Based on this Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which isin turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

Ctrl+S,Ctrl+C

Based on this Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which is turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

Google Chrome Language, 2 keystrokes

Ctrl+S,Ctrl+C

Based on this Notepad++ answer.

Google Chrome supports Javascript (which in turn supports RegExp), so I hereby claim it to be a superset of Javascript and a language of its own.

How it works:

Ctrl+S will invoke the "Save Page" dialog with the "New Tab" text pre-selected, Ctrl+C will copy it into the clipboard, displacing the previous content.

Sidenote:

You can access the Javascript functionality in Chrome, via javascript: URLs and the Developer Tools console (invoked with Ctrl+Shift+J)

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