What is O: 0 Or Or <> Or * Or ø Or ó Or °?

()//9 7^l+l+ 15 73)-( 1337 #l:-:<>l2 1 +()l_l> _/<>* ^l3°l_l+ //3}-{ #1213l/ll>!!!1!!11!1!! )+(3 |Dl/l/l2.

translation:Oh my god that is the leet hacker I told you about my friend! He owns.

See finity


one thousand three hundred and thirty seven

(i do know the true meaning)

guy: i am 1337!!

me: you're a number??

See matt


Once used by the hacker community as sort of a sub-culture language, ANYONE using this type of speak in the present day in age is either:

A) A clueless net newbie who somehow thinks its still "cool" to speak this way.

B) A veteren net user who uses it to parody the type of people mentioned in example A.

u r n0t 1337 d00d!!11


1337 is the language of hackers and newbies across the internet. Also, the words in 1337 are usually short(ie "are" becomes "r") and intentionally spelt wrong(ie "the" becomes "teh", this is most common with e switching places and o's becoming p's)

the mostly complete translation chart(exluding unicode characters, ie ©):

A=4 /- @ ^ /

B=8 ]3 ]8 |3 |8

C=( {

D=)} |) |} |> >


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