United States 101 Keyboard (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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The following tables show the United States 101 keyboard layout. The at (@) sign, which is included as part of the character, indicates that the character is a dead key. A dead key, when pressed in combination with a second Unicode character, results in a third Unicode character. The dead-key tables show the Unicode characters that result from specific dead-key combinations. Virtual keys for the omitted scan codes equal zero (0).

Scan codeVK_ keyCAPCharacterSHIFTCTRLSHIFT+CTRL
29OEM_30`~  
02101!  
03202@–10000
04303#  
05404$  
06505%  
07606^–1001e
08707&  
09808*  
0a909(  
0b000)  
0cOEM_MINUS0-_–1001f
0dOEM_PLUS0=+  
10Q1qQ  
11W1wW  
12E1eE  
13R1rR  
14T1tT  
15Y1yY  
16U1uU  
17I1iI  
18O1oO  
19P1pP  
1aOEM_40[{001b 
1bOEM_60]}001d 
2bOEM_50\|001c 
1eA1aA  
1fS1sS  
20D1dD  
21F1fF  
22G1gG  
23H1hH  
24J1jJ  
25K1kK  
26L1lL  
27OEM_10;:  
28OEM_70'"  
2cZ1zZ  
2dX1xX  
2eC1cC  
2fV1vV  
30B1bB  
31N1nN  
32M1mM  
33OEM_COMMA0,<  
34OEM_PERIOD0.>  
35OEM_20/?  
56OEM_1020\|001c 
53DECIMAL0..  

The following table shows the names associated with specific key values.

Key valueKey name
01ESC
0eBACKSPACE
0fTAB
1cENTER
1dCTRL
2aSHIFT
36Right SHIFT
37NUM *
38ALT
39SPACE
3aCAPS LOCK
3bF1
3cF2
3dF3
3eF4
3fF5
40F6
41F7
42F8
43F9
44F10
45PAUSE
46SCROLL LOCK
47Num 7
48Num 8
49Num 9
4aNum -
4bNum 4
4cNum 5
4dNum 6
4eNum +
4fNum 1
50Num 2
51Num 3
52Num 0
53Num Del
54Sys Req
57F11
58F12
7cF13
7dF14
7eF15
7fF16
80F17
81F18
82F19
83F20
84F21
85F22
86F23
87F24

See Also

Keyboard Layout Generator Tool


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