The answer is A.B.C., which stands for Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, and Delta. Alpha: The first letter of the alphabet (A) represents the first letter in our name (John). So we just need to add one more letter to spell our name: J-O-H-N. Bravo: The second letter of the alphabet (B) represents the second letter in our name (J).
So we just need to add another two letters to spell our name: J-O-H-N. And so on until we reach Z, which stands for zero — because that’s how many letters this system uses! But wait a minute … what if you want your last initial? Well, then, you have to use an X as your final character! For example, John Smith would be spelled out as “JX” or “JSX,” — but don’t forget about adding those extra zeros at the end!
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