Monday, 12 December 2011

AZERTY

AZERTY is a specific blueprint for the characters of the Latin alphabet on typewriter keys and computer keyboards. The blueprint takes its name from the aboriginal six belletrist to arise on the aboriginal row of alphabetical keys. Like the German QWERTZ layout, it is modeled on the English QWERTY layout, and it is acclimated by best French speakers based in Europe, admitting France and Belgium anniversary accept their own civic variations on the layout. The French speaking allotment of Switzerland uses the Swiss QWERTZ keyboard. Best of the citizens of Quebec, the French-speaking arena of Canada, use a QWERTY keyboard that has been acclimatized to the French language, although the government of Quebec and the Canadian federal government agree and use the Multilingual Standard keyboard CAN/CSA Z243.200-92.123

The aggressive layouts devised for French (the ZHJAYSCPG blueprint put advanced in 1907, Claude Marsan’s 1976 layout, the 2002 Dvorak-fr and the 2005 B├ępo layout) accept won alone bound recognition

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