Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of keyset.

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Examples

  • This makes sort_by fairly expensive when the keysets are simple.

    Ruby Matters: "Design Patterns" in Dynamic Languages

  • The ZBoard retails for about $50 and the foldable keysets are $20 a piece and come in a variety of flavors (Doom3, EverQuest).

    PC Gaming Keyboard

  • The ZBoard retails for about $50 and the foldable keysets are $20 a piece and come in a variety of flavors (Doom3, EverQuest).

    November 2004

  • Named for the ability to alter its appearance and functionality through interchangeable keysets, the SteelSeries Shift brings gamers advanced customization capabilities that improve the way they approach, experience, and master their game.

    TechWhack

  • Until we announce the first set of trust anchors on the mailinglist the keysets present in DNS should be considered experimental.

    Planet Debian

  • Until we announce the first set of trust anchors on the mailinglist the keysets present in DNS should be considered experimental.

    Planet Debian

  • There are two different and incompatible keysets for such keyboards: one for units manufactured by Darfon, the other for units built by Mitsumi.

    Discussions: Message List - root

  • Until we announce the first set of trust anchors on the mailinglist the keysets present in DNS should be considered experimental.

    Planet Debian

  • Until we announce the first set of trust anchors on the mailinglist the keysets present in DNS should be considered experimental.

    Planet Debian

  • Some of the earlier ones simply had backlit keys (because gaming in the dark is always better), others have a special set of dedicated gaming keys, while another has interchangeable keysets.

    OhGizmo!

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