What does this mean, exactly? That the keyboard isn't connected to the computer? Or (more humorously) that you can't blame the computer for your keyboarding mistakes? Or something else?
It's not permitted to use the keyboard.
Meaning that the computer doesn't permit you to use the keyboard? Or something else?
The computer isn't permitted to use it. Maybe because the cord is broken or because the keyboard is protected with a password.
Thank you. That makes sense.
Or it could be a headless system, with no screen or keyboard. So you would just ssh into it from another computer.
What's the etymology behind the word tastatur?
Ultimately from Latin "tastare", meaning "to touch".
I knew the italian word "tastiere" means "keyboard" at least as a musical instrument.
La tastiera == the keyboard. In Italian. Neat.
hvilken forskjell er mellom ''adgang'' og ''tilgang '' ?
Press any key to continue
I remember those times: there is no keyboard, press any key
Does keyboard in this translation mean the same thing as like a piano keyboard?
The keyboard of a piano is called 'klaviatur'.
A digital piano keyboard ias called 'keyboard' (loanword).
The keys on a piano are called 'tangenter'.
'tastatur' is only used for the keyboard of a typewriter or a computer.
I looked up the phrase on google and it only gives 2 results, both on duolingo. I think it ought to be the other way round, for now anyway, ie: the keyboard has no access to the computer.
ok but why produce sentences that do not make sense without needing discussion.