# How to Write a Confusing Code

Ever wanted to be able to understand the worlds hardest and yet simplest code? Well now you can, all you have to do is read on!

## Steps

- 1
**Draw on a piece of paper the letters of the alphabet.**On the first row put A through I, on the second row put J through R and on the third row put S to Z. Make sure to leave a minimum of two lines in between each row. - 2
**Under each letter for row #1 put the number it is for the alphabet.**(Example: A=1, I=9) - 3
**Now beside each number from 1 to 9 put a small 1 beside it.**Each of those ones now represents which row it is from. The one means that the number is from row one. - 4
**For row #2, put the numbers from 10 to 18 under each letter.**You should now have the 10 under the J and the 18 under the R and so on. - 5
**Now beside each number from row two, put a small two beside it.**The 2 now represents that those numbers come from row 2. - 6
**Put the numbers from 19 to 26 under the remaining letters.** - 7
**Beside each letter write a small 3.**This will represent that those numbers are from row 3. - 8
**Under each number for row one, put the exact same number and smaller number from above in that space.**Make sure you do this for ROW 1 ONLY and that you copy the large and small numbers fully. - 9
**For row 2 you must first add the numbers.**So for J, you would do 1 + 0=. So J=1 with a small number two to its left.- Keep doing this for row two and once you are done you MUST make sure that R=9 with a small two to its left. (R=9 because R=18 and 1+8=9)

- 10
**Follow this simple concept for the third row.**Once you are done, you should have S=1 with a small 3 to its left and Z=8 with a small 3 to its left. - 11
**Now that you have mastered the simple code, go out and test your friends!**

## Tips

- Make sure that you follow these step carefully. If you screw up and don't fix your mistake, there was no point in even starting this assignment.
- Once you have memorised this code, teach it to your family or friends; but not the enemy.
- The code does work if you do it right. No matter what.
- After following all of these steps, write down a couple of sentences or two and translate them using this code.

## Warnings

- Make sure that the enemy does not get your master sheet. If the do, make a different code by using these simple steps.

## Things You'll Need

- Paper
- Pencil or Pen
- Good memory
- Time

## Article Info

Categories: Codes and Hidden Messaging