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My name is saksham goyal from india. we could code like this:
1st letter a as 3rd fibonacci term 1
2nd letter b as 4th fibonacci term 2
for spaces we can use 0
for very long number such as 75025 (26th for z) we can use 7+5+0+2+5 = 19
in case for same sums like 75025 and 2584(18th) we can either right full number or write 19 to base 18 or to base 26(i.e. in sub script)
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