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 Why is the sequence of alphabets in a keyboard not A,B,C,D....... inplace of Q,W,E,R,T,Y...............?

Answer It was designed that way on typewriters to avoid the jamming of the type arms
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What is wrong in this C++ program I need it like abcd abc ab a .But i get it as abcd efg hi j ..PLs hlp !!?

This should work...include#includevoid main(){int i,j;for(i=4;i>=1;i--){char ch='A'; // this was declared outside the outer for loop.for(j=1;j
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Why are the alphabets in a keyboard aren't in alphabetical order?

The QWERTY keyboard layout was designed so that successive keystrokes would alternate sides of the keyboard so as to avoid jams in manual typewriters. Is frequently said that the design was also cr... Read More »
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Why are alphabets arranged RANDOMLY on keyboard and not alphabetically?

as the keyboard chip allowed it in the same mannernow developers can change that sequence but they don't cuz after changing it takes a long time to become familiar with users
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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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