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How do joy sticks operate

I want to learn the operation of a joystick

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It is input device as mouse. it is use in to play game. we can operate game by arrow key in key bord. But joistick is as handle, we can roated it any direction so it hehps easy to play game. we can get it in usb and serial. thanks

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