Next Letter on Keyboard (NLOK) is pretty self explanatory. This language is an encryption of the English language, but can be used with any language which uses a keyboard. With this language, each character is changed to the key directly to the right of the original key on the keyboard.

The original NLOK uses a QWERTY keyboard (the top row of LETTERS spells out qwertyuiop on a qwerty keyboard).

The NLOK language does not encrypt any symbols (such as $ or .). Capital letters stay capital thoughout the encryption (ex: a converts to s, A converts S). The keys < , ; : [ { ] } are not allowed, as they are already in use by letters (] and } are useless without [ and {).

Here is a table of all letter encryptions:

Original Character Result Character
a s
b n
c v
d f
e r
f g
g h
h j
i o
j k
k l
l ;
m ,
n m
o p
p [
q w
r t
s d
t y
u i
v b
w e
x c
y u
z x
1 2
2 3
3 4
4 5
5 6
6 7
7 8
8 9
9 0
0 -