If you just want to get down on paper the layout of the cable pattern you are working on you may use regular graph paper; however, knitter's graph paper is supposed to give a more accurate representation of what the design will look like once you knit up. Here are a few websites that might be of use to you if you cannot go out and buy knitter's graph paper right now.
I'm not sure what the 't's stand for. When you run the program for c2f and t2f the charts are almost the same - but the stitch that crosses in the back is shaded on the 't' symbol but not on the 'c' symbol. Maybe you can email the creator and ask them, if no one else here can come up with the answer.
Mirl56 at Ravelry, too.
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