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For this example we will walk through an [older version of the default Clueboard 66% keymap](https://github.com/qmk/qmk_firmware/blob/ca01d94005f67ec4fa9528353481faa622d949ae/keyboards/clueboard/keymaps/default/keymap.c). You'll find it helpful to open that file in another browser window so you can look at everything in context.
There are 3 main sections of a `keymap.c` file you'll want to concern yourself with:
There are 2 main sections of a `keymap.c` file you'll want to concern yourself with: