In Mixed letter coding type of questions, three or four complete messages are given in the coded language and the code for a particular word is asked. To analyse such codes, any two messages bearing a common word are picked up. The common code word will mean that word. Proceeding smilarly by picking up all possible combinations of two, the entire message can be analysed.
In a certain language, 'pre nat bis' means 'smoking is harmful';
'vog dor nat' means 'avoid harmful habit' and
'dor bis yel' means 'please avoid smoking'.
Which of the following means 'habit' in that language ?
In the first and second statements, the common code word is 'nat' and the common word is 'harmful'.
So, 'nat' stands for 'harmful'.
In the second and third statements, the common code word is 'dor' and the common word is 'avoid'.
So, 'dor' stands for 'avoid'.