**Two Systems of Writing**

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The first system is "binary cuneiform" and uses a single vertical line with short horizontals in any of three positions either left or right from the center line. If one-sided glyphs are permitted there are 63 symbols. If symbols are required to have at least one horizontal on each side of the vertical line then there are 49 possible symbols.

(I was once mercilessly flamed at the Z-word place for calling this "cuneiform" since it's not "wedge shaped", but that was a reference to the method of impressing writing in wet clay, not the shape of the letters.)

The second method is a syllabary designed so that each symbol joins with the next so that a single word becomes a single joined glyph. This one has a font available for download at http://fiziwig.com/conlang/kunu/index.html and since the whole syllabary is available on that page I'll just show a small sample of it here:

--gary