Speaking to Computers in Dragon Number Tongue
What it means:
1: the start of something unless 1 is seen after another number. If it is after another number, it is “ensuring” that whatever it is you are starting, you are very sure that you want to start it. When sung or spoken, it is said as “utress”
0: zero is the command to tell a computer to “open itself” so you can hack it. That is said as “uwano”
X: that letter is for accessing the mainframe of any computer operated dragon program, such as the supercomputer Wishing-you-were-here. When said twice, that means the computer has a firewall. You have to say zero twice in order to bypass the firewall and go into the mainframe. X is said as “ishkefl” (ish-keh-full)
4: four is the number command for opening a binary. In the mainframe of a dragon-made computer, a binary holds all the system files needed for the computer to operate. Four is said as “chimer” (chimera without the “a”)
3: three is the location of a portable disk. If you have a replacement binary that holds your files and you want to place it on the computer you are hacking, you use three so the computer will know there is a portable disk. Three is said as Hir’clef.
M: that letter, when used in accordance with numbers, is a simple “open file” command. M is said as Dffuse (diff’uuse, not diffuse)
5: if the computer is resisting to open a file, you use five to force it to open it. Five is said as Rii
2: if the computer requests you to enter it’s password, you can use two to bypass that and use the letter S to “calm it.” Of course, you can only use two if your dragon essence is high enough. Two is said as Jir’wel.
S: that letter is used to “calm” computers. It prevents it from alerting itself and locking it’s files. S is said as Esyaa, which is a Hynnody word that means anything.
Y: that command is the finishing line. It tells the computer to begin installation of the new binary/operating system. Y is said Esyaa-eh.
Song translation: Valbaara, start. Open yourself, I am sure, I am sure. Access mainframe, I am sure. Open binary. Location is the portable disk. I am sure.
Open file, heed this command, open binary. Location is on the portable disk. No password, I am enough. Start program installation.
Utress, uwano-uwano, utress-utress ishkefl utress chimer hir’clef utress. Dffuse rii chimer hir’clef jir’well esyaa-esyaa eh.
A full guide to all eight dragon languages will be included in the extended edition of TSODR, out 12-12-12 next year.