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#1 29 January, 2018 - 05:51
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ASCII


I just tried to recite ASCII, it was a nightmare.
I used about an hour to recite the first 127 codes despite I made it. So does anyone can give me some advice since the advance ASCII has 256 codes? My experience was that there was too many symbols mixed up together.
I am struggling about how to deal with the remainings? Your s sincerely!

29 January, 2018 - 05:53
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29 January, 2018 - 10:04
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What kind of memory system are you using?

30 January, 2018 - 06:39
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img_20180130_223135_810.jpgFor the symbols, I merged five of them in a group and then make a stupid story. At last, link it with my plaza.
Say 58to62,
:;〈=〉
A hex face, I see his eye then eyebrows and his frame.

30 January, 2018 - 11:25
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I like the idea. I haven't tried it though. What part are you stuck on? Are the symbols too similar?

1 February, 2018 - 01:30
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Yes
As you see there are too many a , i also dollar signs. So is there any way to distinguish between similar a? Since they are new to me.

1 February, 2018 - 09:45
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I wonder if you could make separate images for the diacritic marks.

À -- points right -- an arrow stuck in the top
Á -- points left -- someone falling over
 -- a cap
à -- a tilde -- a wave of water
Ä -- two dots -- two eyes peeking over the top
Å -- a circle -- a lightbulb

It's similar here too:

ò -- points right
ó -- points left
ô -- a cap
õ -- a tilde
ö -- two dots

You could take images for letters and apply image modifiers to indicate the diacritic marks.

For me, an "A" is an ox. So  might be an ox wearing a cap. I use an image of Oscar the Grouch for "o", so "ô" would be Oscar wearing a cap. If I needed to keep track of uppercase vs. lowercase, I would add another modifier, or group them by location.

1 February, 2018 - 21:18
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Wonderful, I Will use your idea.
Best gradtitude to you.

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