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Here is the cipher you need to solve, it is an actual English text:

O_OO|O#|~#|OO%|O_#|O#O#O|[#_|O_O|OOO#|[/#/|%#|#|O/O/O|O/O/OO%|O%O#|O%#OO|OO_O|O%|O#O#|O|[O#O|OOO_O|[O%O#O|_|[O##|[OO|%O|O_#|###|[#OO%O|O%%OO|#OOO|/O/O%O|O//OO/#/|/#

Hints:

"|" is for separating letters, "[" is for space. With that same encryption method "Hello" is:

O#|#%|OO|#%_%/#/|O_O


Source: Discord private chat.

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    $\begingroup$ If ypu found it somewhere, then please cite your sources. Otherwise it’s called plagiarism. $\endgroup$ – Rewan Demontay Apr 8 at 15:22
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    $\begingroup$ I got this cipher from some discord server and posted after it was corrected by the author in PM. Since I stated it's something I found it's not technically plagiarism. It's not easy to include the source because the actual, final, source is a PM in discord. Although I let the author know that I am about to post this. Eitherway, I edited the post. $\endgroup$ – Hormoz Apr 8 at 15:26
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    $\begingroup$ So both 'OO' and '#%_%/#/' mean l (little L)? Either a shifting cipher or they are equal. $\endgroup$ – Lio Elbammalf Apr 8 at 16:15
  • $\begingroup$ The fact that identical letters can be ciphered in a different way makes it impossible to solve for me. $\endgroup$ – rhsquared Apr 12 at 6:05
  • $\begingroup$ does the clipher works differently when there is a vowel after the word and consonent after the word? $\endgroup$ – Marvel Maharrnab Apr 12 at 15:00

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