A-tom-tom Code is a simple alternative alphabet for English made up of different combinations of forward and back slashes. It was invented for fun by Hayden, who imagines it used as a code for telegrams. It aims to be more orderly than Morse Code, on which is was modelled.
/\\\/\\\/ /\\\//\\///\/// ///\/\\\\//////\\/\ //\///\ ///\//\//\/// //\/\///\/\ /\/////// /\/\\/\//\/\\\/ /\\\\/// /////\\\///\\////\\\\\/\\/\/ /\/////// /\///\\\///\/\\\\/\\/\. \\/\/\\/\\/\/ //\///\ /\\////////\///\\/\//// //\\/\\\\\/\/\\ /\///\/\/\/\/\/// /\/////// ////\/\///\/\////\\\/\\///////\ /\/////// \/\/\\/\/\//\\\\///// ////\\/\ \\/\/\///\\//\//////\/\ /\/\////\ /\////\/\\/\/\\/\/\// /\\\\/// / \/\//\//\\\/\///\\\\\/\ /\///\ ///\///\/\\/\/\\/\/\///\\/\//\/////.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
If you have any questions about A-tom-tom Code, you can contact Hayden at: haydenworld[at]gmail[dot]com
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