O­blgshezi: Calculator Words:

pronounced /oth-blg-SHEH-zee/, with a syllabic /L/) is the name of a “language” consisting of English written with the digits of a calculator. You type in a number and then turn the calculator upside down to see the word. In order to make use of all ten digits, I persuaded the Anglo-Saxon letter eth (­) to return from retirement to stand in for ‘TH’.

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This was one of my hobbies during high school math and physic exams.

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