[Wolves] RE: Code Breaker

James Daley j.dalley at hotmail.co.uk
Sat Dec 2 00:10:31 GMT 2006

Ron wrote:
>OK,>based on this new information and assuming we are looking at 1-26 to>represent the entire alphabet (no numbers) the string becomes:>8 22 6 20 14 3 5 14 3 10 20 4 22 5 7 3 22 4 14 3 10 4 17 18 10 18 5 4 6 22 5
Using these numbers and a small prog. I have written it is definatly not just a simple ROTn (Where n is any integer).
None of the outputs are even close to making any sense so it can't be that it's 1 and 4 instead of 14 or other two digit numbers being split,
but i'll try it any way. then it's a case of creating a script i'll have to put some effort into, if there is a half decent way to do it, if not pen and paper time!! :)
Is this annoying anyone else, i normally pride myself on been good at solving these, anyway onwards and upwards.
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