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Re: Memorize digits, letters and symbols

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  • Mick Curtis
    A hash as a hash brown? ... alphanumeric ... a ... we ... the ... 7
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 1, 2004
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      A hash as a hash brown?


      --- In wwbc@yahoogroups.com, "ldln2004" <ldln2004@y...> wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > I was wondering how it's possible to use the Dominic System to
      > memorize strings (variable lenght) like these:
      > gn34323
      > or
      > 343gn322
      > or
      > a343ppzx532
      > etc.
      >
      > and also, if possible, strings with symbols in them (non
      alphanumeric
      > characthers, that is), for example:
      > $sdf32953l
      > or
      > mdd'244=(432s#a
      > etc.
      >
      > One thing that could work, maybe, (but slow?) could be to memorize
      a
      > digit for each letter (a=1, b=2, c=3..) and then use these numbers
      > instead of the letters..But that could possibly be troublesome when
      we
      > are going to decode (remeber, that is) the string from our image of
      > dominic people+objects, cos how are we going to filter out what was
      > letter and what was number..
      > Example:
      > abc433g gives number:
      > 1234557, broken into 1,2,3,45,5,7 which we now can memorize using
      the
      > dominc system. But how are we going to remember that the 1,2,3 and
      7
      > are representing letters?
      >
      > This method also does not solve how to memorize symbols in strings..
      >
      > Would be very useful if someone has any tips regarding how to
      > accomplish this.
      >
      > Thanks and regards,
      > John.
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