Is there a method I could use that would help enable me to give the result of translating pirate english into english by entering the pirate english and then printing its english equivalent?
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I've got the entire application built except the method to do what I stated int he first post I just can't think of a logical way to do it, I'm just fishing for some suggestions.
Hello FlashNinja, trying to get some help?
This is a student wishing to have you do his homework!
Please post the code you have so far for us to take a look at.
Can you please give me an example of 'pirate english' ?
Is this where vowels stay the same and consonants become <consonant>o<consonant> so for instance Json would become this.
// JsonJOJ SOS O NON