Tool to obfuscate a text by adding diacritics to it. Diacritical obfuscation allows one to write a text barely readable by humans and not understandable by robots.
Zalgo Writing - dCode
Tag(s) : Character Encoding
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A Zalgo text is a message written with many diacritics using Unicode encoding.
Diacritics are symbols that modify letters or characters by adding a modifying grapheme to them. The most common diacritics are the acute accent é, the grave accent à, the circumflex î or the umlaut ö, but there are several dozen others like the tilde ñ, the cedilla ç, the macron, the brief etc.
These characters are coded with a Unicode code from the Combining diacritics marks table with addresses U+0300 to U+036F.
Example: dCode can be changed to d̹͍C̀̃o͒͟ḋ̇ẽ̗
Some characters are very small, others are bigger, dCode randomly draws one or two diacritic.
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Cite as source (bibliography):
Zalgo Writing on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-09-27,