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Upside-Down Writing > uʍop ǝpᴉsdn - dCode
Tag(s) : Fun/Miscellaneous, Steganography
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Upside-down writing consists of writing in one direction and in the opposite direction compared to the usual direction and direction. dCode distinguishes writing in reverse, in the opposite direction from right to left (which modifies the usual writing direction) and writing upside down (rotation of words or characters by 180°).
Writing upside down is not natural for a web browser. However, there is an unconventional method which uses characters from Unicode fonts installed on a computer (specifically on an operating system). Indeed, some Unicodes characters looks like (more or less well) to the reverse writing of the usual characters in English.
Example: dCode becomes ǝpoϽp or I love you becomes noʎ ǝʌoן I (copy/paste the result)
|a upside down:||ɐ|
|b upside down:||q|
|c upside down:||ɔ|
|d upside down:||p|
|e upside down:||ǝ|
|f upside down:||ɟ|
|g upside down:||ƃ|
|h upside down:||ɥ|
|i upside down:||ı|
|j upside down:||ɾ|
|k upside down:||ʞ|
|l upside down:||˥|
|m upside down:||ɯ|
|n upside down:||u|
|o upside down:||o|
|p upside down:||d|
|q upside down:||b|
|r upside down:||ɹ|
|s upside down:||s|
|t upside down:||ʇ|
|u upside down:||n|
|v upside down:||ʌ|
|w upside down:||ʍ|
|x upside down:||x|
|y upside down:||ʎ|
|z upside down:||z|
If a user experience black squares, then update system fonts, especially Arial Unicode.
dCode writes/inverts uppercase characters upside down through Unicode (but some are not very nice).
dCode writes digits and numbers characters upside down with Unicode (but some are not well formed)
Accents and diacritics in text are not flipped, these are not taken into account as there are not any upside down character possible with Unicode.
Writing a message upside down once, then rewriting it upside down means writing it back to its original position. So by asking dCode to write backwards a message that is already upside down, it will return to its position.
dCode can be copy-pasted, but not all messaging software can manage this character encoding.
The copy-paste of the page "Upside-Down Writing > uʍop ǝpᴉsdn" or any of its results, is allowed as long as you cite the online source
Reminder : dCode is free to use.