How to Write in Tri Code

Two Methods:Sample ParagraphWriting in Tri Code

This is a rather amusing language that is pretty fun to learn and more fun to use when no one else knows what you're talking about. It's not easy to speak it, but you can use it for notes or typing.

Sample Paragraph

Sample Tri Code Paragraph

Writing in Tri Code

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    Choose a sentence that you wish to translate to Tri-Code. For example, "Welcome to the jungle".
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    The first word is always three letters. Spell out the first word backwards for three letters. The first word in this example will be 'Lew'.
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    The second word is done the same way, but starting from the opposite end. The first part of 'welcome' is now 'lew moc'.
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    When you have a word that isn't perfectly cut into words of three, don't worry. Just keep going. Use the last letter and then begin the next word in that same three-letter sequence. "Welcome to the jungle" becomes "Lew moc ote eht nuj elg."
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    If you have a word that has an apostrophe in it, just put the apostrophe between the letters that it normally would go between. It doesn't count as a letter itself. The sentence "What's that?" Becomes "Ahw ts't tah?"
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    The ultimate test: Read the following.
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    Noc arg lut ita sno bno oce nim nog foe eht wef tni weh lro otd aer nad rwd eti Tni Cir edo!

Tips

  • When reading Tri-Code, it's easier to type out the three-letter words backward without spaces as you read.

Warnings

  • Be careful not to leave out double letters! Sometimes that can trick people!

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Categories: Codes and Hidden Messaging