Assamese (Sabdalipi) Keyboard Help
This keyboard is designed for the Assamese language. It is a phonetic keyboard, which means the characters are arranged according to the letters of the English keyboard.
Using this Keyboard
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The Sabdalipi Assamese keyboard uses a phonetic-style layout, so that the key sequence for each Assamese (Unicode) character is usually the similar sounding English character, for example:
k is ক, g is গ, p is প and so on.
Similarly uppercase characters are used for the deep sounding characters, for example:
K is খ, G is ঘ, P is ফ and so on.
The plus '+' sign is used to create juktyakhars, for example:
typing 'l+p' would result in ল্প
typing 'j+j+b' would result in জ্জ্ব
A special key is reserved for all kaar jogs, for example:
a stands for Aakaar
u stands for Ukaar, i.e pu gives পু, ru gives ৰু and gu gives গু
y stands for rhokaar, i.e gy is গ্ৰ, ty is ত্ৰ and ky is ক্ৰ
The keyboard layout and kaar jogs are shown below.
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