I read a electric dictionary in which the phonetic symbol are descirbed in the weird form. For example:
/ E5fB:(r); E`fBr/
which kind of phonetic symbol is it? Is there a full mapping list to normal phonetic symbol?
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I found a copy of the PDF available for download by selecting the Download tab and passing the CAPTCHA.
It's probably a widely pirated English lesson from koolearn, which other websites copied and pasted without taking care of the IPA symbols.
The following is the full mapping. There are other symbols between brackets but they appear as is in the PDF, not mapped by the braindead font.
5 ˈ 7 ˌ 9 ˌ : ː ?@ ＵＳ A æ B ɑ C ɔ E ə F ʃ I ɪ J ʊ L ɚ N ŋ Q ʌ R ɔ T ð U u V ʒ W θ Z ɛ \ ɜ ^ ɡ