CRYPTOGRAMS

Edmonton Journal - - WORLD - myles mel­lor

Cryptograms are en­coded sen­tences, where each let­ter has been sub­sti­tuted with an­other. Each puz­zle has its own code, but sub­si­tu­tions are con­sis­tent through­out that puz­zle. A let­ter may not stand for it­self. For ex­am­ple, JVVW could be code for KEEP, mak­ing ev­ery V in that puz­zle an E, etc.

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