A Binary Code Form For You To Use

Encoding Can Be Fun

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Fly high with a new language
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The sky is the limit to us all
teach your bird to speak in a new binary chirp
teach your bird to speak in a new binary chirp

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Anyone can make up their own Binary code system, it's not so hard to do,

The use of two symbols such as O and I, or the + or minus, all certainly, too.


Just let one O represent an alphabet letter, the A, and the two O's will be a B,

Three O's are a C in turn, now it is easier to see, the nicest part, all is free.


O=letter A

OO= letter B

OOO= letter C

OIO= letter D

OIOI= letter E

OOII= letter F

OIIO= letter G

OOOI= letter H

OIII= letter I

OiOO= letter J

OOOO= letter K

OIIIO= letter L

OIOIOI= letter M

OOOIII= letter N

OIOIOO= letter O

OIIIIO= letter P

OOOOIO= letter Q

OIIOII= letter R

OOIIOOII- letter S

OOOIIIOO+= letter T

OOOOOII= letter U

OIOOOI= letter V

OIOIOIII= leter W

OOIIIIO= letter X

OIIIIOO= letter Y

OIOIOOO= letter Z

Now we can write a message similar in script as Chinese written language in the vertical form, rather that the accustomed horizontal. Read from top to the bottom, each vertical line in its turn.


OOOI

OIOI

OIIIO

OIIIO

OIOIOO


OOOIIIOO

OIOIOO


OIIIOO

OIOIOO

OOOOOII

SPELLING OUT THE MESSAGE""Hello to you"

The symbols (= and -) may be substituted or used in conjunction with (O I )format, in forming your coded message.


I hope you had a little fun with me, and were amused, in playing with this format we used,

Now its time to say a fond goodnight, and then to leave you all, each in peace, to write.

( To all you scientific geniuses and perfectionists, as well, this is not the amazing assimilation,

You're definition may not be the same as mine, and my concepts I have, not quite as bright.)



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Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

a bit confusing I have to reread your binary code.. I think I get it nonetheless a clever hub my friend :)


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FalconSays 4 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

OH-EM-GEE! Even your NAME is funny whonunuwho! I am dying laughing over here! pee-put-put-eek translates, I just peed and and put put'd


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whonunuwho 4 years ago from United States Author

Funny you should say that..me too.


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midget38 4 years ago from Singapore

OIIIOO

OIOIOO

OOOOOI,

Who. This is a cool post! I should try this (especially when I don't want others to decipher it straightaway.) Thanks! I am sharing!


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whonunuwho 4 years ago from United States Author

Thanks midget, glad you liked it and please do share it with our other friends. whonu


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whonunuwho 4 years ago from United States Author

Thanks for reading my friend. Yep, it is bit confusing, but I suppose that is the whole idea and after all it is for fun.


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ignugent17 4 years ago

Enjoyed reading your hub. Thanks for sharing .


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whonunuwho 4 years ago from United States Author

Thanks ignugent17, glad you stopped by.


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whonunuwho 4 years ago from United States Author

Glad you read it my friend and hope to hear from you some more. whonu


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jhamann 4 years ago from Reno NV

Clever and FUN. Thank you, Jamie.


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whonunuwho 4 years ago from United States Author

Hey Jamie, Yep it was fun in writing this hub and I found it useful in writing material that we may not so much want deciphered very quickly and if so, a challenge to those who do so. It's kind of like braille, or raised bump symbols on paper that represent letters or Morse code that is spelled out in dots and dashes by hearing them as they are received by an electronic device. I found it interesting that it may be used as a universal form of communication, as well.

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