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The author writes text in the Roman alphabet, the text displays as Greek. For example:

(:grc T'i f'hic? <Id`wn >enj'ede pa~id'' >eleuj'eran t`ac plhs'ion
N'umfac stefano~usan, S'wstrate, >er~wn 'ap~hljec e>uj'uc? :)

Τί φήις; Ἱδὼν ἐνθέδε παῖδ’ ἐλευθέραν τὰς πλησίον Νύμφας στεφανοῦσαν, Σώστρατε, ἐρῶν άπῆλθες εὐθύς;

This is the translation table:

abcdefghijklm
αβςδεφγηιθκλμ
 
nopqrstuvwxyz
νοπχρστυωξψζ

For accents, use the following table. By combining these, an author can write the full polytonic Greek extended character set. Note the use of two single quotes for left and right apostrophes.

AccentSymbolExampleOutput
acute'g'ataγάτα
grave`dad`iδαδὶ
circumflex~ful~hcφυλῆς
rough breathing<<'otanὅταν
smooth breathing>>'aneuἄνευ
subscript|>anate'ilh|ἀνατείλῃ
dieresis"qa"ide'uh|cχαϊδεύῃς
apostrophes''''M'imhc''‘Μίμης’

Try some simple diacritics.

Δᾶδ ἐρῶν ῆ ῖ ῦ ῶ ἐ ἑ ὀ ὁ ᾳ ῃ ῳ ᾼ ῌ

Next, try compounds and upper case.

Βᾀ ᾁ ῲ ῴ Ά Ὰ Ώ Ὼ ὧ ᾧ ἂ ἄ ᾂ ᾄ ἃ ἅ ᾃ ᾅ

Last, the compounds with circumflex (requiring char translation):

(:grc ~>a~"i~>h| ~w| ~<w ~<w| ~>W~<W :)

ἆῗᾖ ῷ ὧ ᾧ ὮὯ

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