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zany

1.0.6 • Public • Published

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Zany Encoder

Encode & decode any text into any custom alphabet, multibyte code points supported.

Install

npm i zany

Example

var zany=require("zany")
    ,{encode,decode}=zany(zany.block.EGYPTIAN_HIEROGLYPHS)//for example
    ,message="secret message to encode!"
    ,encoded=encode(message)//𓀍𓅆𓀀𓀌𓊷𓀀𓀂𓂳𓀀𓋡𓀀𓐌𓀀𓀘𓈔𓀀𓂇𓀀𓀂𓌂𓀀𓀋
    ,decoded=decode(encoded)//===message

Characters grouped by Unicode 9.0 blocks are available at zany.block.* via lazy-unicode.

More Examples

var zany=require("zany")
    ,message="How now brown cow?"
    ,alphabets={ //make up some alphabets
         food:`🍇🍈🍉🍊🍋🍌🍍🍎🍏🍐🍑🍒🍓🍅🍠🍢🍣🍤🍥🍡🍦🍧🍨🍩🍪🎂🍰🍫🍬🍭🍮🍯`
        ,faces:`😀😁😂😃😄😅😆😉😊😋😎😍😘😗😙😚🙂😐😑😶😏😣😥😮😪😫😌😛😜😝😒😓😔😕🙁😖😟😭😨😩😬😰😱😳😵😡😠😇`
        ,animals:`🙈🐵🐒🐶🐕🐩🐺🐱🐈🐯🐅🐆🐴🐎🐮🐂🐃🐄🐷🐖🐗🐽🐑🐐🐫🐘🐭🐁🐀🐹🐰🐇🐿🐼🐾🐔🐤🐥🐦🐧🕊🕷`
        ,whitespace:`           
 `
        ,zwsp:`‪‭⁠⁡⁢⁣⁤⁦⁧⁨⁩𛲠𛲡𛲢𛲣𝅳𝅴𝅵𝅶𝅷𝅸𝅹𝅺󠀁`
        //or use predefined blocks
        ,futhark  :zany.block.RUNIC
        ,cuneiform:zany.block.CUNEIFORM
        ,cards    :zany.block.PLAYING_CARDS
        ,dominoes :zany.block.DOMINO_TILES
        ,boxes    :zany.block.BOX_DRAWING
        ,braille  :zany.block.BRAILLE_PATTERNS//(note this does not make READABLE braille!)
        ,zalgo    :zany.block.ZALGO
    }
for(var i in alphabets){
    var {encode,decode}=zany(alphabets[i])
        ,e=encode(message)
        ,d=decode(`characters not part ${e} of the original alphabet will be discarded`)
    console.log(`${i}(${alphabets[i].length}):${e}//${d}`)
}
/*outputs:
food(64):🍉🍎🍅🍇🍉🍤🍌🍋🍇🍊🍊🍇🍉🍈🍧🍩🍇🍉🍍🍌🍇🍒🍣🍩🍇🍥🍡🍏🍇🍢🍧🍏🍇🍊🍌🍎🍌//How now brown cow?
faces(96):😫😔😀😣😪🙁😀😂😑😀😙😭😫😀😪😬😀😅😛😬😀😊😓😒😀😉😑😝😀😝😨😌//How now brown cow?
animals(84):🐹🐴🙈🐁🐧🐇🙈🐒🐫🙈🐖🐩🐴🙈🐀🐮🙈🐱🐵🐴🙈🐆🐶🐆🙈🐯🐃🐖🙈🐦🐔🐭//How now brown cow?
whitespace(13):                                            //How now brown cow?
zwsp(43):⁠󠀁‪⁠𝅷𝅷𝅸‪⁡⁦‪⁠⁧⁤‪⁠⁩𛲢‪‭⁤‪𝅳⁡𝅷‪𛲠𝅴𛲠‪⁡𛲡𛲢𛲣//How now brown cow?
futhark(97):ᚭᚨᚠᚥᛸᛯᚠᛡᚠᚤᚾᚢᚠᚬᛡᚠᚢᚪᚲᚠᚢᛱᚧᚠᚢᛓᛢᚠᚧᛷᛡ//How now brown cow?
cuneiform(2050):𒀂𒂈𒀀𒀭𒃯𒀀𒁁𒀀𒀞𒋢𒀀𒀂𒁡𒀀𒀊𒍲𒀀𒀑𒈇𒀀𒀎𒌂𒀀𒀿𒂁//How now brown cow?
cards(194):🂭🂨🂠🂥🃸🃯🂠🃡🂠🂤🂾🂢🂠🂬🃡🂠🂢🂪🂲🂠🂢🃱🂧🂠🂢🃓🃢🂠🂧🃷🃡//How now brown cow?
dominoes(226):🀻🁘🀰🀴🁵🁟🀰🁱🀰🀳🁠🂂🀰🀻🀱🀰🂋🁂🀰🀲🁗🂗🀰🀲🀾🂂🀰🀶🀹🀱//How now brown cow?
boxes(129):┊┈─┃╢╯─╁─│╮╢─┉╡─╏╲─│┅┇─╯│─┄╲━//How now brown cow?
braille(257):⠅⢈⠀⢱⣯⠀⡁⠀⡷⣢⠀⠅⡡⠀⠨⡲⠀⡃⠇⠀⠸⠂⠀⣹⢁//How now brown cow?
zalgo(125):̯̊͏᷊̦̃͏̈́͏̹̂︡͏̊̅͏͖̹͏̪̂̍͏͉᷆͏̅̓̅//How now brown cow?
*/

Or, if you have too many friends, define a semantic whitespace decoder in one file:

\u1160=x=>eval(zany(`‪‭⁠⁡⁢⁣⁤⁦⁧⁨⁩𛲠𛲡𛲢𛲣𝅳𝅴𝅵𝅶𝅷𝅸𝅹𝅺󠀁`).decode(x))

Then somewhere, far, far away that shares scope, execute it:

`⁠‪𝅹⁦‪⁡⁧⁢‪⁡⁣𝅶𝅶‪𛲠⁠‪⁠‭⁦‪𝅹‪⁤‪⁠𛲣⁠𛲣‪𛲡𝅵⁡‪⁠⁦𝅸‪⁨𛲢‪⁣𝅹‪⁠𛲠𛲢‪𛲡⁠‪⁡⁦𛲣‪𛲡𝅵‪⁣𝅸‪⁩𝅵⁠‪⁠𝅸‪⁡⁡𝅸𛲡‪⁩𝅶𛲠‪⁠𝅶⁦⁦‪𛲢⁣‪⁠𛲣𝅺‪⁠⁨‪𛲡⁠‪𝅷𛲠‪⁩‪𝅵⁢‪⁠⁧‭‪𛲣𛲢‪⁠⁠‭‪⁠𛲢⁩‪𛲣⁧‪⁠‭𝅶‪⁡⁡⁦‪⁠𝅳𝅹𝅴`

Too obvious? How about now?

(()=>{
`use strict⁠‪𝅹⁦‪⁡⁧⁢‪⁡⁣𝅶𝅶‪𛲠⁠‪⁠‭⁦‪𝅹‪⁤‪⁠𛲣⁠𛲣‪𛲡𝅵⁡‪⁠⁦𝅸‪⁨𛲢‪⁣𝅹‪⁠𛲠𛲢‪𛲡⁠‪⁡⁦𛲣‪𛲡𝅵‪⁣𝅸‪⁩𝅵⁠‪⁠𝅸‪⁡⁡𝅸𛲡‪⁩𝅶𛲠‪⁠𝅶⁦⁦‪𛲢⁣‪⁠𛲣𝅺‪⁠⁨‪𛲡⁠‪𝅷𛲠‪⁩‪𝅵⁢‪⁠⁧‭‪𛲣𛲢‪⁠⁠‭‪⁠𛲢⁩‪𛲣⁧‪⁠‭𝅶‪⁡⁡⁦‪⁠𝅳𝅹𝅴`
//regular code la la la
})()

Good thing use strict is only meaningful within " or '!

How it Works

Your message → pieroxy's Lempel-Ziv → code points10 → charactersinput alphabet delimited by 1st item

Encoding throws out repeat code points in the given alphabet.

Decoding throws out code points not in the encoding alphabet.

Why do this?

Why are Egyptian hieroglyphics valid javascript variable names?

The answer is don't think about it.

install

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1.0.6

license

MIT

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