Old Code was invented in about 2001 by Ronan Hindle to pass notes in class. It is designed to confuse teachers. The letters have evolved a lot over the course of four years, for example the symbol Nail used to look like 'zz' and the symbols Hox and Eye were shaped 'I' and '(-)'. Several of the names have also changed; Hox was called 'Hii', Eye was called 'Hodash' and Nail was called 'Zidum'. Kaxe was also once called 'Kixpa'.
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