A: 4, B: 8, C: (, D: |), E: 3, F: F, G: G, H: |-|, I: !, J: J, K: |<, L: 1, M: |\/|, N: |\|, O: 0, P: P, Q: Q, R: R, S: $, T: +, U: U, V: \/, W: \/\/, X: *, Y: Y, Z: Z
Of course there are some alterations with certain words. In 3133t, words are written phoenetically, and are subject to change with the speakers choice. The word "you" can be written as "U," "Y0U," or even "J00." (Read it out loud if you dont get that one). Below are some examples.
Y3$, ! U|\||)3R$+4|\||) J00.
+H!$ !$ |\/|Y 3|\|+RY 4 3133t !|\| UR84|\||)!(+!0|\|4Ry.(0|\/|
3l33t is a jargon word used widely by the highly intellectual, or post-pubescent teens to make a statement about your computer knowledge or "skillz" see w00t
<newbie> hey 0wns you're 3l33t ...you have some m@d skillz
<0wns> i know ...i know.
a=4 , b=b, c=|< (On kicking k sounds :-P) d=d, e=3, f=|=, g=g, h=h, i=1, j=j, k=|<, l=7, m=|\/|, n=|\|, o=0, p=p, q=q, r=|^, s=Z (on words like "is"), t=|-, u=u, v=\/, x=ecks, y=y, z=z
Further devlopments will be implimented into this language