Crack this ;) 7 replies

Atrusino

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#1 13 years ago

This is a section of coding from a cypher that I'm currently developing. It uses a combination of Trinary (base-3) and Binary in a pattern similar to ASCII. Anyone wanna take a go at it? ([1])([2])(o)(o)(o)(o)(1)(1)(1)(1)(o)(2)(2)(1)(o)(2)(o)(2)([2])([1]) ([1])([1])(o)(o)(o)(1)(o)(1)(1)(o)(o)(o)(o)(o)(o)(2)(1)(1)([2])([1]) ([1])([1])(o)(o)(o)(o)(o)(2)(2)(1)(o)(o)(o)(o)(o)(2)(2)(1)([1])([1]) ([1])([1])(o)(o)(o)(1)(1)(1)(2)(o)(o)(o)(o)(1)(o)(1)(1)(o)([1])([2]) ([2])([1])(o)(1)(o)(1)(1)(1)(o)(1)(o)(o)(o)(1)(1)(o)(o)(1)([2])([1]) ([1])([2])(o)(o)(o)(1)(1)(1)(1)(1)(o)(o)(2)(o)(1)(1)(o)(1)([1])([1])

Kwould

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#2 13 years ago

As soon as you add the 2's, it's all over for me. Anyone else?

Atrusino

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#3 13 years ago

That's the base-3 system ;)

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#4 13 years ago

Its the simple Base 3 system. It took me all of about 2 seconds to recognize what system that was.

Atrusino

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#5 13 years ago

It's not so simple.. I invented it myself... The question to answer is.. What does the 2 represent? And after you've answered that, what does the block mean?

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#6 13 years ago

Dunno. I just remembered you talking about it not to long ago.

Atrusino

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#7 13 years ago

Now it's included in a cypher with about 8k possibilities :D

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