Tool to decrypt / encode with Hexahue, a code using combinations of 6 squares (3x2) among 8 colors, made by Josh Cramer.
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Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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Hexahue is an alphabet of colored blocks (consisting of 6 squares) of 6 colors, invented by Josh Cramer.
Hexahue has 40 characters: the 26 characters of the Latin alphabet (from A to Z), the 10 digits (from 0 to 9) as well as the comma ,, the point . and use 2 blocks for ▮ and ▯ spaces (one all black and one all white). The other characters are shown in the following table:
The correspondence is 1 to 1: a letter / number always corresponds to a symbol (for letters, upper case and lower case are not differentiated).
Any message encrypted by Hexahue is in a rather colorful image format with a maximum of 9 distinct colors: red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, magenta, white, gray and black.
The symbols are made up of combinations of 6 colored squares grouped into a rectangle 3 high by 2 wide.
The letters are coded with the 6 primary and secondary colors: red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, magenta and never have the same color twice.
The digits/figures are coded with 3 levels of gray: white, gray and black, with mandatory 2 squares of each shade.
The punctuation (the point . And the comma ,) is coded with only black and white (3 black squares and 3 white squares staggered)
The spaces are either all black or all white.
The copy-paste of the page "Hexahue" or any of its results, is allowed as long as you cite the online source
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