Part 4: Encoding Techniques

The Alphanumeric Code (AC)

Alphanumeric code in GMS® is used to transform two- and three-digit numbers into words.

Every cipher is represented by consonants:

1 N, 2 THZ, 3 B, 4 WVK, 5 FR, 6 JPX, 7 SD, 8 GQL, 9 C, 0 M

Number 25 is thus encoded the following way: 25 THZ FR.

Number 390 is encoded with a combination of letters: B C M.

You should then find the words that represent visual images by the consonants that are also easy to memorize: 35 = B FR = BeeR.