Translate table for local keyboard input, or nil.
If non-nil, the value should be a char-table. Each character read
from the keyboard is looked up in this char-table. If the value found
there is non-nil, then it is used instead of the actual input character.
The value can also be a string or vector, but this is considered obsolete.
If it is a string or vector of length N, character codes N and up are left
untranslated. In a vector, an element which is nil means "no translation".
This is applied to the characters supplied to input methods, not their
output. See also `translation-table-for-input'.
This variable has a separate binding for each terminal. See Info node `(elisp)Multiple Terminals'.