writing a GPL application for helping everybody to be able to remember a lot of phone numbers
I want to remember numbers through a system called pseudonumerology, its a mnemonic system to remember numbers through converting the to words (words are easier to remember). It replaces numbers to consonants, and then adds vowels to make real words from it
The system does this:
Convert given number (example: 526) to corresponding letters from the 'Conversion list' below.
The reslut of 526 would be LNX
Then look the LNX through words of a ascii dictionary file (dictionary ascii file which has normal words in it).
We would find the word LiNUX.
1=t or d
6=g or x
7=j or k or q
8=v or f
9=p or b
0=s or z
Converting a number like '526' would result on a clean 'LNX',
and after looking in the (ascii) dictionary, we would find words like 'LINUX' to be a good conversion example.
About the dictionary:
1. the Ascii Dictionary contains any word (if not all words in a selected language). It doesn't matter how many words, and how many solutions; the user may choose itself which solution may suit him/her.
2. Words must contain all consonants; if not then no solution is showed, or the most close-to-it solution/word.
3. Dictionary will be loaded/read at the start of application (the user could choose which language, as it doesn't matter which language is shown, as long as it shows the result). It will be appreciated if user can add words to dictionary.
4. There will be Dictionaries available in a lot of languages. And users may add/adopt their own dictionary easily becouse it is plain text file (ascii)
Well, GUI is always user-friendlier.
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