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Code 462
is the secret language used by members of the Computer Connection Brigade (Diary of Broken series). Based from various programming languages such as C, C++, Visual Basic, and Java.

All 462 sentences end with “;”. Each word is called a “command”. Helping symbols are called “bits”.

There are two pronounciation types: capmode and japmode. Capmode is the English pronounciation and used when the command is in all caps. Jap mode is the Japanese pronounciation and used when the command is in small caps.

List of bitsEdit

Command/Bit Pronounciation (capmode) Pronounciation (japmode) English Meaning
!is noisis noishisu smile
## timtim timtim or
$l shl shiru soul
\#1/# ztim un tims zuchimu un chimusu once
<lv3 lelvre rerubure love
>ht4 rahtst raatsutto hate
0br robr roburu black
0r:: rorzzo rorudzo way, means
2ok ukok ukokku better
3ok reok reokku best
7llk sellk seruku angel
a46 astge asutoge important, precious
a4wz astwz asutowuzu always
altis altis aruchisu sky
asterisk (*) tiks tikusu for time (when)
awrx7 awrxse aurukususe write
bar (|) tun tun clause separator
braces {} wa, da wa, da passive voice verbs
brackets [] fut, tal fut, tal purpose, reason
bslash num, slash num (\#, /#) ztim, tims zichimu, chimusu number identifier
carret (^) io io it, previous object
co3ncl corencl korenkuru so, therefore
colon (:) zo zo for question marks
comma (,) ma ma for identifying direct objects
commu commu komu communication
connect connect konekuto connect, bind
core core koa heart
cos cos kosu chaos
create create kurietto create, make, form
creator creator kurietoa God
decode decode dekoudo understand
dffre dffre doffure different
dnc dnc dinku dance
dot (.) du du of
double quotes ("") do, bo do, bo for proper nouns
double slash (//) ss ss adverb possesive
drm drm dorumu dream
dspr dispr disupua despair
easymode easymode ishimoudo easy
edit edit editto turn into
eight (8) mu mu -
end end endo end
enter enter entaa door
equals (=) kwe kwe is/am/be
exclamation point (!) nois nois -
exece exece ekusese life
exfr exfr ekusufuru from
exit#x exittimx ekusicchimukusu goodbye
exvar exvar ekusubaa various, different
fbr fbr fuburu white
fgtr5 fgtrji fugutoaji can
five (5) ji ji -
four (4) st st -
global global gurobaru all
greater & less than <> le, ra le, ra preposition use
grp grp guruppu group
gyy gyy gii gay
h4 hst fusuto in, as
h5r hijir hijiru here
helloworld helloworld herowarudo hello
hop hop hoppu hope
hs his hisu he
hypen & greather than (->) tei tei possesive adj
i i i I, me
in in in in, inside
jscredo jscredo jisukuredo believe
lc lic likku where
memory memory memorii memory
mnwrit minwrit minritto hand
net net netto world
ngvt / sd nigvut / sud nuggubutto / suddo sadness
nine (9) ok ok -
number (#) tim tim -
ok ok okke good
one (1) un un -
open open open open
parentheses () o, c o, c used for verbs
plus (+) hun hun and (also for binding)
posv / hp posiv / hip posibu / hippu happy
ppitx ppitix pichikusu bird
pr3//: prreze pureze as if, like
proglang proglang purogulan programming language
pts pits pitsu land
question mark (?) kwi kwi -
qv8m kuvumum / quvumum kuvumumu peace
real real riaru real
rec rec reku song, sing
ref ref refu reflect
release release ririsu set free, release
rgb rigb riggubu color
riv riv ribbu river
rlx rilux rirukusu relax
s#es1 stimesun suchimesun miracle
scrt scrt sukurutto secret
seven (7) se se -
sh sh shi she
sig4ll sigstill sigustiru seagull
six (6) ge ge -
sm sm sumu small
sot sot sotto soft
synt synt shinto word
tcrx8y ticrixmuy chikkurikusumui cry
ten (10) ten ten -
three (3) re re -
tilde (~) tl chiru please
tm tm tumu them (both person & obj)
ts ts tsu this
two (2) uk uk -
tx tix tikusu it 
u u u you
ugrdn ugrdn ugurudun underground
underscore (_) ans ans the
ups ups uppusu power
urstx urstix urusuchikkusu raise
user user yusaa people, human
usprog usprog asupurogu programmer
vcode vcode bikoudo language
view view biyuu see, eyes
vox vox bokusu voice
w w ui we
wh#ff whitimff uichimuffu light
x x kusu plural, many
xgc xigic shigikku go, leave
xlo7 xlose surose sin
xocn xocn sokun ocean, sea
yn yin in why
yy yy ii with
zero (0) ro ro negative, not

Pronounciation Tips: you may add a semi-silent “I” for unreadable consonant clusters.

Example SentencesEdit

This is my world. -> ts=i.NET; (tsu kwe i du net)

Why are you here? -> YN|u.H5R?:?; (yn tun u du hijir kui)

Please don’t stop the music. -> ~0STOP(_rec); (tl ro stop o ans re ku c)

I love you. -> i=<LV3(u); (i kwe lelvre o u c)

It’s good. -> TX=ok; (tx kwe okke)

I shall be happy to turn you into an eternal ocean.

-> i=HP[edit(u,0END->XOCN)]; (i kwe hp fut editto u ma o ro end tei sokun c tal)