4/\/\ 1 4 L337 |-|4><0r '/37?
Looks like a Linux command to me. Just gotta add a little sudo-chop to it.

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! [>()/\/'7 #4\/3 4 5<()()8`/ !
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I don't understand the reason why people use "1337" for internet communication. Of course, using this form of communication in reality would only give the impression that you're a few bricks short of a house. So, why do people actually use "1337"? For fun?

Completely and totally for fun. Also some people thinks it make them look like a hacker.

edit: I blame NCIS/CSI
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I originally did it because I had 1337 posts at the time. I thought it was fun.
When I was a young teenager, I thought 1337 speak was cool. Then I realized forming proper sentences that people could actually understand was actually more convenient.
Out of interest, how does 1337 deal with punctuation? 1337 passed me by totally when I was younger, so it's pretty arcane to me!

On a recent, boring train journey, after reading this thread, I wondered whether it would be possible to code |-|311() \/\/()|21|) -- in the 1337 version of C++ (<++ ??). But then realized that the heavy use of punctuation characters to represent letter would make it more or less impossible.

Maybe 1337 |*|2()6!24/\/\/\/\3|22 prefer to code in |*45<41 ??

Obligatory video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2rGTXHvPCQ
Luckily, she speaks leet.
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