Tool to distinguish vowels and consonants. Vowels and consonants are letters of the Latin alphabet that allow distinguishing sounds according to their pronunciations.
Vowels and Consonants - dCode
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The latin alphabet is made of 26 letters including 20 consonants.
Example: B C D F G H J K L M N P Q R S T V W X Z (bcdfghjklmnpqrstvwxz)
The latin alphabet is made of 26 letters including 6 vowels.
Example: A E I O U Y (aeiouy)
It is possible to binarize a message by indicating 0 (or 1) for each consonant (or vowel), it is a method used in steganography to hide a binary message.
Example: DCODE becomes in binary either 11010 or 00101
In phonetics, vowel produces a sound that lets air flow, while for the consonant, the tongue or mouth and lips make the sound.
To be precise terminologically, in phonetics, contoids are the equivalent of consonants and vocoids are the equivalent of vowels. Phonology talks about vowels and consonants, phonetics talks about vocoids and contoids.