Binary (ASCII)

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Binary... it holds the world together. Literally. Without it none of our computers or mobile phones would even work!! This font uses 8-bit binary technology, but takes all those pesky 1's and 0's and turns that long string of numbers in to one symbol! Now you can send messages to all your friends without anyone else (or sometimes even them) knowing what you're talking about! And if you're really, really boring, and have a some knowledge of 8-bit ASCII binary, why not give a go at understanding how I did it? My email address is: apwellings@aol.com I'll be interested to hear from anyone who cracks it (or at least manages to understand how it works).
Info: Created on 15th June 2009 . Last edited on 22nd June 2009.
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Capital O gives it away pretty easily:

0100

1111

Comment by willis00788 21st June 2016

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