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 Where did the qwerty keyboard get its name?

Answer According to The Wall Street Journal, QWERTY comes from the first six letters on the first row of keys with letters only, which is at the top of a keyboard. It is the most common keyboard standard.... Read More »
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Where does the name qwerty keyboard come from?

It makes no sense. It is awkward, inefficient and confusing. We've been saying that for 124 years. But there it remains. Those keys made their first appearance on a rickety, clumsy device marketed ... Read More »
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What is the name for ^ on a QWERTY keyboard?

The ^ on a QWERTY keyboard is known as a caret in the American Standard Code for Information Interchange, known as ASCII. The caret symbol is used to mark the absence of a word or character in edit... Read More »
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What is the name for the ^ on a QWERTY keyboard?

The ^ symbol on a QWERTY keyboard indicates where a word or phrase should be inserted onto a page. This writer's and proofreader's mark is officially known as a caret, but is also commonly referred... Read More »
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What is another name for the QWERTY keyboard?

The QWERTY keyboard is also known as the "Universal" keyboard and the "Standard" keyboard. The QWERTY keyboard design was invented by C.L. Sholes. Sholes invented the first typewriter and then rear... Read More »
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