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2005-11-20

Fun with Unicode

˙issnɐ ʇiɐɟ əl inb ʇdiɹɔs ʇiʇəd un ʇiɹɔə ɔuop iɐ,ſ ˙iɔəɔ əɯɯoɔ səɹəʇɔɐɹɐɔ səl ɹəsɹəʌuəɹ ɐ ʇiɐsnɯɐ,s inb ə6ɐd əun nʌ ɹioʌɐ suəiʌnos əɯ əſ sioɯ sənblənb ʎ li


˙əɹəɥʍ ɹəqɯəɯəɹ ʇ,uop i ʎləʇɐunʇɹoɟun 'əɹoɟəq əɹəɥʍəɯos ʇi ʍɐs i ɐəpi ʎɯ ʇ,usɐʍ ʇi ˙əuo siɥʇ puɐʇsɹəpun ll,noʎ əqʎɐɯ ˙ɥɔuəɹɟ ʞɐəds ʇ,uop noʎ ɟi ɥdɐɹ6ɐɹɐd ʇsɐl əɥʇ puɐʇsɹəpun ʇ,upip ʎlqɐqoɹd noʎ



Update:
Here's a script that does Reversing with javascript. ˙ɔʇə 'ʎɟipoɯ 'əsnəɹ 'ʎdoɔ oʇ əəɹɟ ləəɟ 'unɟ əʌɐH

4 Comments:

At 23/11/05 8:54 AM , Blogger Daelomin said...

t00 /\/\ucH !

le w est a l'envers :p

 
At 23/11/05 10:22 AM , Blogger Natasha said...

Oh it's so cool! i want i want!!

 
At 23/11/05 11:01 AM , Blogger Denis said...

A'ight I fixed the w, I'll try to make a webpage that can do this with Javascript.

 
At 8/1/06 12:23 AM , Blogger pat said...

Ah, this is very cool. I've been working on a similar tool here:

http://ruphus.com/stash/xlit.html

Except my original idea was to use it for inputting text in various languages. (It's currently set to Armenian -- the language chooser isn't working yet).

I think I may have to add your mapping as a "language" ;)

Interestingly, I found another similar tool yesterday:

http://www.lexilogos.com/clavier/multilingue.htm

Cheers,
Pat
(the Blogamundo guy)

 

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