Computer Science, asked by gourimasali, 9 days ago

How does a keyboard work​

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Answered by Loveleen68
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Answer:

A keyboard contains many mechanical switches or push-buttons called "keys". When one of these are pushed, an electrical circuit is closed, and the keyboard sends a signal to the computer that tells it what letter, number or symbol it would like to be shown on the screen.

Answered by Anonymous
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Keyboard

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