## How does the encrypter works?

Transform your text into encrypted symbols using their dictionary

E.G:
`a` = `=` (1st letter of alphabet)
`b` = `==` (2nd letter of alphabet)
`c` = `===` (3rd letter of alphabet)

So,
`abc` = `======` (with spaces: `= == ===`)

## What makes it so hard to decrypt?

The amount of combinations that it can be.
`===` can be `ab` or `ba`
`=====` can be `ad`, `da`, `bc`, `bba`, `abb`, `aca`, `caa`, `aac` and many other combinations.

## How do i decrypt it?

You can’t without bruteforce. You can’t know what is the right text, you can’t know HOW is the right text.

## How do i execute it?

It works in shell/cmd, E.G:

```>>> encrypt('your text', dictionary)

output: '=========================|===============|=====================|==================|/====================|=====|========================|====================|'```

### Ways to make it easier to read

There are some ways to make it easier to read, such as:

• Replacing `/` with ` ` (space) IF YOU WANT TO STILL USE |
• Replacing `|` with ` ` and `/` with `-`
• Replacing `=` with the respective number, E.G: `a` = `1`, `b` = `12`

You can’t if you remove the space indicators, such as | and /.
If you don’t remove those indicators, you can simply count how many = are there, and count the alphabet, so:
`====` is `d`.
`|` is a letter separation, so `=|==|` is `ab`
`/` is a word separation, so `=|/==|` is `a b`

In future, yes.

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