Every character in the braille code is based on an arrangement of six raised dots. These characters make up the letters of the alphabet, numbers, punctuation marks, and all else.
Capital letters are indicated by placing a capital sign in front of the letter to be capitalized. Two capital signs mean the whole word is capitalized.
Numbers are made using the first ten letters of the alphabet, preceded by a special number sign.
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