Re: My new toy: Spanish sylabary
|Date:||Thursday, October 21, 1999, 6:16|
Carlos Thompson wrote:
> Well, I've been working in a way to write Spanish making it a little more
> difficult to decipher, but yet easy to use when you know it, and I came out
> trying a sylabary.
And that made me do this:
Example using "eo iu rl", i.e. swap e/o i/u r/l:
worr u vo boon welkung un a way te wluto spanush makung ut a ruttro melo
duffucirt te docuphol bit yot oasy te iso whon yei knew ut and u camo eit
tlyung a syrabaly.
It does cyclical permutations, a simple substitution cipher.
One may specify the cipher, and it can go forward or reverse
(useful when the cycle is not of length 2).
I suppose one could learn to read/write it straight,
as some people can with ROT-13 ...