This fundamental Code must be learned thoroughly so that you do not have to think about it for a moment; the "associations" must be instantaneous and automatic. Thus, if "think please" is given, this must immediately call to your mind the letter P, and the number 16. If 19 is given, it must call to your mind the letter S. And so on. This is the first step and you cannot proceed with the Code until the above is thoroughly learned by heart, so that there is no hesitation in your associations and replies. Both sender and receiver must of course know it equally well; and, while learning it, it would be a good plan for both to "send" and "receive" alternately, so as to familiarize themselves, and each other, with the Code, forwards and backwards.
Having thoroughly memorized this part of the Code, the next step is to use the letters indicated to spell-out the nature of the question asked. A list of the most frequently asked question follows, together with the key-letters which spell them out. This must likewise be learned thoroughly, so that there is no hesitation in making the right associations. Once this is done, the hard work is mostly over; the back of the mnemonic system is broken, so to speak. Here is a list of the questions, together with their key-letters:
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