Doug Ewell wrote:
> I think the reason the Braille block is legitimate, and doesn't fall
> into the codes-for-codes trap you described, is that it is a flexible
> cipher rather than a fixed one. The same Braille symbol can stand for
> different letters depending on which script, or even which alphabet
> within the same script, it is used to represent. And then
> there's Grade
> 2 Braille, which completely breaks the "simple cipher" model.
I stand corrected.
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