# LESSON 3, NUMBERS IN THE COMPUTER TABLE

Since computer braille is based on the representation of every sign in one cell, there is no number sign in computer braille to start writing numbers, and therefore there is also no number mode in the literary braille.

Any number can be written and displayed by adding the dot 8 to the known number dots and without a number sign. For example, the number 5 consists of the dots 15. To write the number 5 in the computer braille, you must write it with the dots 158, and it will also be displayed like that on the braille screen.

###Example:

1

2

3

4

5

There is no difference in computer braille between writing a number of one, two, or three digits, with the absence of a number sign, each number has its own independent sign in writing and display; the same mechanism is followed in writing all the numbers connected or separate.

###Example:

247

⢃⢙⢛

11 13 15 17 19

⠡⠡⠀⢁⢉⠀⢁⢑⠀⢁⢛⠀⢁⢊

You also don’t need to use the letter sign when the letters are in contact with numbers, because \ each sign, letter, or number in the computer table has a specific configuration within a braille cell in which no other character is involved.

###Example:

1ا2ب

⡁⠁⡃⠃

Important note: When you type numbers using the computer table, they will be entered into the computer in Latin numerals, as they are commonly used in computer environments such as boxes for typing verification signs and passwords. However, the Arabic numbers will also be displayed in the same way.