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qwerty

using an older system or product when a newer one would be better (derived from the arrangement of typewriter keys)
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QWER·TY

 (kwûr′tē)
adj.
Of, relating to, or designating the traditional configuration of computer or typewriter keyboard keys.

[From the first six letters at the upper left.]
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qwerty

(ˈkwɜːtɪ) or

QWERTY keyboard

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the standard English language typewriter keyboard layout with the characters q, w, e, r, t, and y positioned on the top row of alphabetic characters at the left side of the keyboard
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QWERTY

(ˈkwɜr ti, ˈkwɛr-)

adj.
of or noting the standard typewriter or computer keyboard with q, w, e, r, t, and y being the first six of the top row of letters, starting from the left.
[1925–30]
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For example, PROTEROTYPE is one of the longest words which can be typed on the QWERTYUIOP row of a standard keyboard; FLAGFALLS is one of the longest words which can be typed on the ASDFGHJKL row; and BZZZBZZZ is the longest word which can be typed on the ZXCVBNM row.
It doesn't matter which fandom you consider yourself part of, because at some point or another I bet that you've heard or read the phrases: "oh my god, the FEELS" or "ASDFGHJKL", or something like it.
where the latter places ASDFGHJKL. However, instructors could configure the spatial distribution of signs in any board as they see fit.