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How to add physical special keys to a computer?

Large applications such as Android Studio have lots of complicated, hard-to-remember shortcut keys, for example, "Shift + F6" for rename. I was thinking about adding physical keys for some of the features I often use, so I searched Amazon, and they only things they sell are number pads. I could not find any "generic keypads" whose keys can be mapped for anything.

So, for example, if I buy a keypad like this, I would need to map those keys on the wireless keypad to things like Shift + F6. But I do not want the the number pad keys on my main keyboard to be affected. Is this possible?

I am not limiting to Windows. If it is not possible on Windows, but possible on Linux, do let me know.

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