Pattern language

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Pattern language is used to mean a system of patterns that have a certain meaning other than just the pattern.

Method[change | edit source]

The pattern can be a pattern which has a hidden meaning shown through any sense like sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.

Sight[change | edit source]

The most obvious form of sight-based pattern language comes in the form of writing. Nearly every language has a unique written form, which grammatically follows the spoken form.