Mintzman wrote:As u see, what i did was looking at an IPA chart, and found similar phonetic letters, and put them together and made a new script.
dtp883 wrote:This isn't really linguistics, but that's okay. Codes as what I believe you made, simply switch the letters of the alphabet around. For example, I want to send a message to my friend that says, "Hi." I put it through your encoder and get Xē. No one but him--since he has the cypher-- can understand it. He puts it through and gets, "Hi."
Mintzman wrote:I invented this alphabet when i was 13, so i have no freaking idea about IPA or linguistics. I only read one book on linguistics at all, and that was on my free time. So cut me some slack, considering that i have never taken a class on linguistics in my life, but i still wanted to publish the alphabet on this forum.
Why lead off with your weakest work? I also invented my first script when I was about 13. It was terrible, and I never showed it to anybody. Why publish yours here when you've apparently got something better to show us now?
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