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How could the "FOOTSTOOL" word be considered a palindrome?

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A palindrome is a word that reads the same when spelled backwards

How could the following word be considered a palindrome?


posted Nov 9, 2016 by anonymous

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ootstoo is same spelt forward or backwards. We only have to take care of F and L. Clearly the word isn't a plindrome in the language in which it has been presented. So it has to be in some other communication method.

Turns out F has a Morse code . . _ . and L . _ . .

So the word is a palindrome in Morse code. Probably.

answer Nov 10, 2016 by Subhomoy Bakshi

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