Qwerty Keyboard

A keyboard is an 'input device' that has a set of electronic keys arranged in rows.

A qwerty keyboard has letters of the alphabet on each button, numbers and also some other symbols such as brackets and comma.

If you look at a normal keyboard, the first six keys on the top row spells out Q W E R T Y - hence how it got its name.

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