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    In 1990, when SLASCII was delivered as the norm for putting away of Sinhala characters, the console for Sinhala person input was additionally settled in the primary form of SLS 1134. https://www.sinhalatamilkeyboard.com/ The advisory group which was liable for planning of SLASCII chose to utilize a similar format of Wijesekera console design which was normalized for typewriters. The console format which was delivered for PC input was known as Wijesekera broadened console for Sinhala info.

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