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Pros and cons of touch typing finger map lay-out (EDX versus EDC) in QWERTY
When I learned to touch type, back in the mid-80’s, I was instructed to use a finger map that basically mirrors the left and right hand side. I’ve added a figure below and refer to it as the EDX ...
Oct 11 '13 at 17:46
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