Nicholas Bodley wrote:

>On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 20:57:33 -0500, Mark E. Shoulson <mark@...> wrote:
>>¿ʇı̣ əsnqɐ ʇ,uɐɔ noʎ ɟı̣ əpoɔı̣un sı̣ pooɓ ʇɐɥʍ
>Just delightful! Total surprise. I would never have thought that there
>were enough inverted letters to compose a whole sentence. (Surely, there
>are no <inverted> tags, afaik!)
There's a whole lowercase alphabet, and a few uppercases here and
there. Someone found it on the Unicode list; for some reason I'm
thinking it was Doug Ewell but I haven't been looking it up. I'm
attaching a perl script I threw together yesterday to do these kinds of
conversions for me automatically (instead of looking up each letter in
reverse order, etc...) If yahoogroups has a problem, I'll just paste it
in as plaintext.



#!/usr/bin/perl -p
use utf8;
use Encode;

$_=lc $_;
$_=(reverse $_)."\n";

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