Azerty is a specific layout for the characters of the Latin alphabet on typewriter keys and computer keyboards. The layout takes its name from the first six letters to appear on the first row of alphabetical keys. Like the German Qwertz layout, it is modelled on the English Qwerty layout. It is used by most French speakers based in Europe, though France and Belgium each have their own national variations on the layout. Most of the residents of Quebec, the mainly French-speaking province of Canada, use a Qwerty keyboard that has been adapted to the French language.

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