The YDADY code is a writing system devised in 1999 by Peter Vypušťák that can be used to write many different languages. Each letter and symbol is made up of five dots which are combined together in various way. The letters in turn are combined together to create characters, and it is designed to be economical to write.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Information about YDADY code (in Slovak and English
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