Tool for coding / encoding with Nak Nak, a cipher simulating the language of ducks (Duckspeak) composed of the syllables NA and NAK
Nak Nak (Duckspeak) - dCode
Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher
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|0 = Nak|
|1 = Nanak|
|2 = Nananak|
|3 = Nanananak|
|4 = Nak?|
|5 = nak?|
|6 = Naknak|
|7 = Naknaknak|
|8 = Nak.|
|9 = Naknak.|
|A (10) = Naknaknaknak|
|B (11) = nanak|
|C (12) naknak|
|D (13) nak!|
|E (14) nak.|
|F (15) naknaknak|
Example: DUCK ('44,75,63,6B 'in ASCII) is coded as 4=Nak? 4=Nak? 7=Naknaknak 5=nak? and so on: Nak? Nak? Naknaknak nak? Naknak Nanananak Naknak nanak
The case (upper and lower case) is taken into account as are the characters . and ?
The decryption of the Nak-Nak begins with the substitution of the different words Nak by the associated number in the table.
Example: Naknak Nak? Nak? Nanananak Naknak naknaknak Naknak Nak? Naknak nak? is constituted of Naknak=6, Nak?=4 etc. so 6,4,4,3,6,F,6,4,6,5
Example: 64,43,6F,64,65 is decoded d,C,o,d,e in ASCII code. dCode is the clear starting message.
The message consists of the sometimes repeated syllables Nak and Na. All words start with N and end with k.
Any reference to a duck or duckspeak are clues.