The letter F.
Q on top and z on bottom left corner
The typewriter ribbon is the store of ink for the typewriter. When a typewriter key is pushed the letter springs up and hits the ribbon - pushing the ink onto the page in the shape of the letter.
A braille typewriter, also called a brailler or a braillewriter, is quite different from the kind of typewriter one uses to type a print document. It does not have a separate key for each letter. Instead, you press down the keys corresponding to the dots in each letter. To type the letter a, you would press the key under your left index finger. To type a b, you would press down your left index and middle fingers simultaneously.
ANSWER typewriter. Typewriter
Christopher Latham Sholes invented the typewriter with partners S. W. Soule and G. Glidden
First determine the letter that is the fifth to the right of "F", which is the letter "K". Then count four letters to the left of "K" and you'll get the letter "G". The answer is G.
David = ×“×•×“ But the letter "g" won't translate by itself. ×’ is the letter for a hard g and ×’×³ is a soft g.