The dot patterns of Braille decipher (decode)
(Grad1 and one-cell-contractions of Grad2)



You write a term in Braille and check whether you have correctly set the dots:

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Remarks:

  • click on the green dots, you can switch it with the mouse individually on and off
  • 'write' the signs exactly do you will decipher (for example, the drug label)
  • the sign # is the Number Sign, the follow letters from a to j are the numbers from 1 to 0
      a=1, b=2, c=3, d=4, e=5, f=6, g=7, h=8, i=9, j=0  
    ==> turn to display digits by making click on the letter in the  emphasized box 
  • down composite 'numbers' after the number sign are ordinal numbers (1st 2nd 3rd etc.)
          Several are summarized course (2nd + 5th ==> 25th)
    ==> turn to display digits by making click on the letter in the  emphasized box 
  • the sign is the sign for CAP = CAPITALIZE, the follow letter is a uppercase letter
  • is the sense not to identify, rotate to 180 degrees and try again from begin
  • special signs:
    CAP - capital-sign (uppercase), S1 S2 S3 - special sign (used fort wo-celled contraction)
    LTR - letter-sign, IT - italic-sign (emphasize) + decimal-point

» Short-link to this page: fakoo.de/ebraille/dec

the german version of this page

-> present your own text in Braille
-> the Braille Writer Simulator
-> Braille Slate Simulator
-> the Braille alphabet

to the main page: english.fakoo.de/braille


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