Tool to convert LSPK90 writing, a Leet Speak variant that generate groups of characters readable vertically with a rotation of 90° clockwise, proposed by Michel Kern
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The LSPK90H encryption is a 1337 5p34k (leet speak) variant that consists of writing with conventional characters a set of other characters representing these characters rotated at 90° (clockwise rotation of 90 degrees). This is a polygrammic substitution (1 character is replaced by 1 to n others).
Example: >- LL| [/] is the LPSK90-H spelling of the word Y E S (bend your head to be convinced)
Decryption requires separating groups of characters and substitute it with the corresponding letter or digit.
The message can nearly be read vertically and with imagination. It is composed of rare characters such as vertical bars (pipes).
It is already a variant of the leet speak, but is is possible to use a LSPK90-ACW (anti-clockwise) which would consist of the variant by rotation of -90°.