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12480 Alphanumeric System   12480

12480 was designed in 2002 by Bradley Tetzlaff from Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA. It was invented for both use in a computer game called Ecclemony (1E78) and as a basis for constructed languages. It was also designed to show how a true alphanumeric* writing system looks and works.

12480 is not based upon phonemes, but rather upon binary. It achieves complete universality with an optimal amount of applications from its binary basis. A writing system based on phonemes will only last as long as the human voice is used. 12480's binary foundation will last as long as numbers exist.

* "Alphanumeric" is used here to describe the combination of an alphabet and a numeral system.

Notable features

Used to write

Binary (radix 2), quadnary (radix 4), hexadecimal (radix 16), radix 256, and all other numeral systems based on a power of two. Anything that can be expressed with a numeric value can be written using 12480.

The 12480 Alphanumeric System

The 12480 Alphanumeric System

Sample texts

12480 Sample

Please note, this page was put together by Bradley Tetzlaff. The views expressed on it are his.

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