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This is down to your keyboard layout. All keyboards work in the same way. A key press is mapped to a location in a table. It is this table that you are changing when you select a different keyboard layout. For example, with Shift 2, US English maps to @ whereas UK English selects ". In some ways this is trivial, but I would advise you to ensure that your keyboard layout matches your physical keyboard.
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