L33T/English Translator 1.3
Have you ever entered a chatroom to see two people typing what seems like gibberish to you, but somehow makes sense to them?
It's probably L33T (31337/1337), or Elite Speak, a common internet language based on replacing letters with numbers and changing the spelling of words based on pronunciation.
This program can translate into and from, common L33T-speak. Other features include opening/saving of text files as English or L33T, a user-defined replacement string list, and the choice of two translation types.
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