If all goes to plan, this will be the question that everyone is asking this week. The problem with the plan is that no one has heard of GYRT before, and no one knows what swapkown means!
As usual, it’s all part of my master plan to force you to seek help when you need it. What most people do when they run into a problem is give up. But in order to learn how to code, you need to have a different mindest. You have to see instructions to swapkown your keyboard with GYRT, and you have to simultaneously realize that you have no idea what that means or how to do it, but also believe that you have the power to figure it out.
In other words, regular people see an instruction to perform a swapkown on your GYRT and they think “I have no idea how to do that.” Coders see that same instruction, and they think “I have no idea how to do that… YET!” And then they figure it out!
So how can you figure it out? You can ask your friends on Slack. You can ask the massive distributed artificial intelligence in your pocket. You could form a question on Stack Overflow. Any of those things will hopefully get you an answer pretty quickly.
So after that preface, what’s the actual answer? The answer is here: swapkown.