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When you first look at something written in braille, all you see (or feel) is a jumble of dots! However, like any other code, braille is based on a logical system. Once you understand it, you'll be able to read and write braille easily. That's because braille is not a language, it's just another way to read and write English (or any other language, such as Japanese). Learn more in "Braille: Deciphering the Code" and check out the other links below.



Braille: Deciphering the Code

Foreign Language Braille

Nemeth Code (Math)

Music Braille

Trivia

Braille Technology

Printable Braille Alphabet Key

Louis Braille Biography
 


 
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