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General Programming Concepts: Writing and Debugging Programs
The Thai Input Method is similar to the Single-Byte Input Method (SIM),
except that it is customized for processing the Thai language.
Specifically, it is designed to prevent entry of combinations of Thai
characters (consonants, upper/lower vowels, tone marks) that are invalid in
the Thai language. The features of the THIM are:
- Supports Latin and Thai groups, as the two main groups on the
- Pressing the left-alt key and left-shift key puts the keyboard in the Thai
- Pressing the left-alt key and right-shift key puts the keyboard in the
- Supports the TIS-620 codeset.
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