Letter Numbers

One of the first ciphers that kids learn is this "letter number" cipher. You replace letters with a number: A=1, B=2, C=3, etc.

When encrypting, only letters will be encoded. Non-letters will be treated like spaces. When decrypting, numbers will be changed back to letters, hyphens will be removed, and the rest fill act like spaces.

Method: "ABC XYZ" becomes

Your message:

This is your encoded or decoded text:

The Windsor Knot (a tie knot) was created by Edward VIII, duke of Windsor. He was an extremely well dressed and fashionable man and decided that knots on neck ties were too small and he then created this large and prominent knot. Tyler Akins <>
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