I literally don't have to think about it because my editor does it for me.
Sure -- and I could do the same, but I prefer to type it myself. That's a personal preference -- whatever makes you the most productive you, go right ahead and do that.
For instance (he said, donning his fireproof suit), I prefer vim to emacs -- I'm always amazed at what a powerful tool emacs is, but I'm happy with the less powerful vim. I know enough about the command line arguments (o argument for horizontal split, O for my favourite layout, vertical split) and the in-editor arguments (^W ^R to rotate windows, ^W = to make them equal sizes, gq} to wrap things, marking a block and to have perltidy clean it up) to be productive.
Alex / talexb / Toronto
Thanks PJ. We owe you so much. Groklaw -- RIP -- 2003 to 2013.