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== The Phone Baptizer This is just an experimental project, not professional stuff, and I was starting with Rails at the moment I develop it, so the quality is not so good. == Wep page [http://ThePhoneBaptizer.com] == Instructions to use === About The Phone Baptizer is a tool to offer a possible system to remember easily a phone number. === Instructions Insert your own phone number or the friend's one, select a dictionary (english or spanish) y The Phone Baptizer will try to offer you a words, letters and numbers combination that could help you to remember the phone number. === How it works The keyboard of any phone has a small letters on the same key of each number. When your are pressing the keys to write a phone number the phone knows that you want to use the numbers on those keys but at the same time you can be thinking on the letters. === Example If why try to write **'cacao'** on the phone when we are trying to write a phone number we'll see that what we are really writing is **'22226'**. If we try to write **'orchestra'** we'll write **'672437872'**. This is what The Phone Baptizer does but on the opposite direction. **Offer to The Phone Baptizer a phone number and you will see what weird things you can use to remember it**. === The Baptism The process to convert a phone number on a sequence of words, letters and numbers is called **'The Baptism'**. === Disclaimer Don't expect you phone number will have a perfect cool word to remember it like **'thekingofworld'**, this is kind of impossible, the most normal that could happen is you obtaining proposed names like **tab11close3**. I hope that doesn't disappoint you, the system will try to found the longest word that fixes with your phone number, not finding it it'll try to find a small one for a part of your phone number, and so on. The numbers **'1'** and **'0'** have not a letter conversion so that numbers will be never transformed on letters.