Binary3, based on character frequency

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Binary ASCII font, based on computer QWERTY keyboard key frequency. Enjoy! :D

etaoinsrhldcumfpgwyb,.vk()_;”=‘x/0$*1j:{}>q[]2z!<?3+5\4#@|6&987%^~`

is the entire character list in their frequency. Left for being the most frequently used, and to the right; less frequently used.
If you were to paste the above string of characters into the User Input, you'd get a familiar binary pattern.

Info: Created on 27th October 2018 . Last edited on 28th October 2018.
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