How many different cell configurations are there in Braille?
Braille characters have rectangular blocks called cells that have tiny bumps called raised dots. A full Braille cell includes six raised dots arranged in two columns, each having three dots. The dots positions are identified by numbers from one to six. 64 combinations are possible using one or more dots.
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