Copy the blurred law manually or use the dupe icon in the top left wing of the toolbox.
This tool translates, paraphrases, obscures, or obfuscates the canons, allowing you to use the canons without fear of hacking, violating your sequestration, or penetrating sensitive information.
Also, indeed though the tool dims the canons, the introductory function of the array is the same, and neither the way it works nor its function is changed.
This tool also hides the internal engineering of the canons and the way they're erected, which makes it delicate or prevents them to be copied, stolen, or addressed. This point is veritably important for inventors to save the way they write and develop canons and the way they work and cover them from the rest of the inventors.
What does befog mean?
This tool makes a set of transformations of canons by dismembering commands or other strings. For illustration, dismembering a written order in one line into a group of commands and writing them in several lines and different ways, It renames or changes the name of the functions, or changes the textbooks to further nebulous textbooks and others, and all this is to make the canons and arrays incomprehensible or readable.
The changes that this tool does won't change the functionality of canons and they will bear in the same ways.
It's veritably useful when you want to hide or not let other people open, know and see what's going on in the press.
This tool saves time and trouble by fogging the JS law in no time, rather than fogging it manually.
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