Alternatively referred to as the number pad or numeric keyboard, the numeric keypad is a 17-key keypad usually found on the far right side of a typical IBM 101 / 2-key keyboard. The U.S. numeric keypad contains the below keys (going from top left to bottom right).
- Num Lock
- Forward slash (divide)
- Star (times)
- dash (minus)
- numeric 7, also used as the home key
- numeric 8, also used as the up arrow key
- numeric 9, also used as the page down key
- plus (add)
- numeric 4, also used as the left arrow key
- numeric 5
- numeric 6, also used as the right arrow key
- numeric 1, also used as the end key
- numeric 2, also used as the down arrow key
- numeric 3, also used as the page down key
- enter key
- numeric 0 key, also used as insert
- period, also used as a delete key.
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