2023-06-11 (Su) KeyBoardolier Mapping keys and making connections

I ran the atcommad.ino example from Adafruit to test my connection to the onboard Bluetooth module. I swapped text with Adafruit's "Bluefruit Connect" app on Android. I moved onto the hidkeyboard.ino example, and used my computer to type on my phone as though the computer keyboard were attached to the phone, albeit with a considerable delay. I also experimented by changing the name in my project so it appeared on the phone's Bluetooth scanning list as "24Eng Keyboard."
My phone sees a keyboard

I copied the Bluetooth keyboard code to my project and credited all the libraries to Adafruit in my comment section. I stopped printing the table with all the keys and returned to using a three-digit code, starting with 101, for all the key presses. I generated a list of all the positions by pressing every key, then copied that into a blank text document and associated each designation with the corresponding key. I also made notes about any modifier keys, like shift, control, alt, and GUI (Windows key).
What it says on the keycaps

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