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HCESAR is an obsolete typewriter keyboard layout. It was created by decree on July 21, 1937, by Portuguese prime minister António de Oliveira Salazar. It was common that the 0 numeral was omitted, and there were also some typewriters without the 1 numeral. Also absent were symbols such as the exclamation mark, the asterisk, the number sign, and the inequality sign. This keyboard layout was the official layout of typewriters in public administration and most private companies until the mid-1970s, when it began to be replaced by the AZERTY layout. When both layouts were in use the HCESAR was called the "Teclado Nacional" and the AZERTY "Teclado Internacional".

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