Arabic Keyboard
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Arabic Keyboard
An Arabic keyboard

The Arabic keyboard (Arabic: ? ?law?at al-maf?t al-`Arab?yyah) is the Arabic keyboard layout used for the Arabic language. All computer Arabic keyboards contain both Arabic letters and Latin letters, the latter being necessary for URLs and e-mail addresses. Since Arabic is written from right to left, when one types with an Arabic keyboard, the letters will start appearing from the right side of the screen.

Layouts

Arabic typewriter

The first Arabic layout for typewriters was invented by Selim Shibli Haddad, a Syrian artist and inventor, in 1899.[1]

Arabic typewriter keyboard layout.svg

Sakhr/MSX Arabic Keyboard

KB Arabic Sakhr.svg

IBM PC Arabic Keyboard

KB Arabic.svg

Mac Arabic Keyboard

KB Arabic MAC.svg

Linux (Ubuntu) Arabic Keyboard

Ubuntu-arabic-keyboard-layout.png

References

  1. ^ Messenger, Robert (17 October 2014). "The Arabic Typewriter Keyboard and the Syrian Artist". oz.Typewriter.

See also


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