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Well in one way i myself have problem with the below, lets see who's gonna crack it...

Lets test it :help:

If I have one 16 bit encrypted code.
If I know the encrypted code and also the decrypted code.
What is the logic of the algorithm that tell the decryption of other one. :whistling:

R u Ready........ :blink:
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You mean what's the point of having both? Is this a homework question?
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OK, I am not a maths person, but in the real world if you have caded message and a sypher to uncode it, one keeps a copy of both handy, either in case one has to reuse it, or as a test to see if the code has been changed, whereas in the computer world some encriptoin of codes is done either because the encription is more computer workable, or that one wants people to understand the code at one level but not at another.

Edited by fleamailman, 24 September 2006 - 05:01 AM.

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