E-Leetspeak: All New! the Most Challenging Puzzles Since Sudoku!

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AuthorHouse, Nov 11, 2008 - Computers - 136 pages
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These puzzles arerapidly becoming a favorite of all computer users.The puzzles are written in a combination of keyboard symbols, but with a wicked twist -words can bewritten hundreds or even thousands of different ways. This book provides the code to get you started, then have months of fun. See if you are among the e-leet of the computer world.

 

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Thomas Ferrante is a college freshman, engineering major. Thomas' code fore-leetspeakis from internet sources and his own experience. He wrote the trademarked program to randomly convert the alphabet into e-leetspeak puzzles.

C. M. Ferrante is a Certified Public Account and business owner. She compiled and edited the book.

Thomas Ferrante is a college freshman, engineering major. Thomas' code fore-leetspeakis from internet sources and his own experience. He wrote the trademarked program to randomly convert the alphabet into e-leetspeak puzzles.

C. M. Ferrante is a Certified Public Account and business owner. She compiled and edited the book.

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