## This is code believe it or not

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### Re: This is code believe it or not

so far i have 2 answers...going only on whats been said and intuition..

l h q p t

or

k g p n s

i dont expect either is right, but this was literally a few minutes in my head after being awake for 28 hours soo im not at peak thinking capability

-- Tue May 26, 2009 1:22 am --

hfnlp
khrpt

2 more possible answers..as has been said though we need more examples to narrow down letters for sure

~Z
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### Re: This is code believe it or not

The Dredric value of a glyph is the number of lines + the number of
unattached endpoints. Here's a table of the Dredric values* of the ASCII:

! 04  " 06  # 12  \$ 06  % 05  & 03  ' 03  ( 03  ) 03  * 09  + 06  , 03
- 03  . 01  / 03  0 01  1 03  2 04  3 04  4 05  5 05  6 02  7 04  8 01
9 02  : 02  ; 04  < 04  = 06  > 04  ? 04  @ 04  A 05  B 03  C 03  D 02
E 07  F 06  G 05  H 07  I 03  J 03  K 07  L 04  M 06  N 05  O 01  P 03
Q 03  R 05  S 03  T 05  U 03  V 04  W 06  X 06  Y 06  Z 05  [ 05  \ 03
] 05  ^ 04  _ 03  ` 03  a 03  b 03  c 03  d 03  e 03  f 06  g 03  h 04
i 04  j 04  k 07  l 03  m 05  n 04  o 01  p 03  q 03  r 04  s 03  t 06
u 04  v 04  w 06  x 06  y 05  z 05  { 04  | 03  } 04  ~ 03

* The geometric qualities of some glyphs are up for debate.

Each section of the coded message adds up to one letter of the alphabet:

01 a  02 b  03 c  04 d  05 e  06 f  07 g  08 h  09 i  10 j  11 k  12 l  13 m
14 n  15 o  16 p  17 q  18 r  19 s  20 t  21 u  22 v  23 w  24 x  25 y  26 z

The following function will convert a string to an array of randomly
Dredric encoded strings and vice versa:

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`      function dredric (input) {            var i, j, v, vs = [], c = 0, output, dredric_values = {                  1: '.08Oo',                  2: '69:D',                  3: '&\'(),-/1BCIJPQSU\\_`abcdeglpqs|~',                  4: '!237;<>?@LV^hijnruv{}',                  5: '%45AGNRTZ[]myz',                  6: '"\$+=FMWXYftwx',                  7: 'EHKk',                  9: '*',                  12: '#'            };            switch (typeof input) {                  case 'object':                        output = '';                        for (i = 0; i < input.length; i ++) {                              for (j = 0; j < input[i].length; j ++) {                                    for (v in dredric_values) {                                          if (dredric_values[v].indexOf(input[i][j]) != -1) {                                                c += parseInt(v);                                          }                                    }                              }                              output += String.fromCharCode(96 + c);                              c = 0;                        }                        break;                  case 'string':                        input = input.toLowerCase().replace(/[^a-z]/g, '');                        for (v in dredric_values) {                              vs.push(v);                        }                        output = [];                        for (i = 0; i < input.length; i ++) {                              c = input.charCodeAt(i) - 96;                              output[i] = '';                              while (c > 0) {                                    if ((v = vs[Math.floor(Math.random() * vs.length)]) <= c) {                                          output[i] += dredric_values[v][Math.floor(Math.random() * dredric_values[v].length)];                                          c -= v;                                    }                              }                        }                        break;            }            return output;      }`
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{B:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11],R:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14],A:[1,2,3,4,5,6],P:[1,2],J:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7],E:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13]}

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### Re: This is code believe it or not

wel i have a friens witch is a hacker and he uses that language between his other friends with the same hobby, ocupation wathever u want to call it.......Period.End of my topic.
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### Re: This is code believe it or not

syncmaster1990 wrote:wel i have a friens witch is a hacker and he uses that language between his other friends with the same hobby, ocupation wathever u want to call it.......Period.End of my topic.

Okay, stop being retarded.
Meh.

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### Re: This is code believe it or not

zenithSmil3 wrote:
syncmaster1990 wrote:wel i have a friens witch is a hacker and he uses that language between his other friends with the same hobby, ocupation wathever u want to call it.......Period.End of my topic.

Okay, stop being retarded.

What zenith said.
Also, get your friend on here then and see what happens.
Im off, last year of school and all, I had something longer but char limit fucked that up. So yeah, had a good run here. Thanks for the memories. Thanks to the staff and users.

Best regards, your posting whore,
godofcereal

p.s. Defience, you the man ;)

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### Re: This is code believe it or not

@syncmaster1990

The way that people communicate with each other in any specific field or area of interest is via jargon; i.e. the language which has evolved or been developed to enable the efficient communication of ideas specific to said field or area. There is jargon or slang for every technical, cultural, etc. subgroup in each language speaking population. Jargon is often useful across language groups e.g. in the technical and medical fields, pidgin also emerges among groups of mixed language.

There is jargon specific to Hacker Culture, if you are not familiar with it; read this.

Getting back to the '1337 5p34k'. Some of my friends and I used to communicate using this kind of language... 16 years ago, in high school, before the interweb. I've never seen it used for serious business.

You've kooked an otherwise interesting thread. If you're here to learn, you could be a bit more deferential; if you're not, then what are you here for?

INB4 DFTT
{B:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11],R:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14],A:[1,2,3,4,5,6],P:[1,2],J:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7],E:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13]}

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### Re: This is code believe it or not

zobier wrote:
Dredric1 wrote:{II..} { ::O} { LLL } { O:::.( } { ()():.}

I get 'helko'.

good catch i actualy wanted to say hello
but miss counted
after all i insisted on counting
i should have checked it my self
lol
the code for the void exception between the ear brackets
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`public static }void(exception x = new exception(null)){`

ok my brackets dont realy look like ears.
if you didnt get that it means there is nothing(no brains) between your ears.

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### Re: This is code believe it or not

Dredric1 wrote:
zobier wrote:
Dredric1 wrote:{II..} { ::O} { LLL } { O:::.( } { ()():.}

I get 'helko'.

good catch i actualy wanted to say hello
but miss counted
after all i insisted on counting
i should have checked it my self
lol

, did you see the analysis and the JavaScript function I posted, is it correct?

Cheers,

z
{B:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11],R:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14],A:[1,2,3,4,5,6],P:[1,2],J:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7],E:[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13]}

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### Re: This is code believe it or not

yea um this encryption is full of ass
it makes no sense at all
if you actually want a good one check mine out aint nothin big you have to figure out my name but still you can actaully finish it!!
Treat your password like your toothbrush. Don't let anybody else use it, and get a new one every six months. -Clifford Stoll
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### Re: This is code believe it or not

zobier wrote:
Dredric1 wrote:{II..} { ::O} { LLL } { O:::.( } { ()():.}

I get 'helko'.

, did you see the analysis and the JavaScript function I posted, is it correct?

Cheers,

z

ya i saw those and it looked like more work than id ever do for an answer lol
and ya it was correct
of course working with a keyboard it is hard
but since it uses geometry you can draw abstract imanges
and have messages in them
the code for the void exception between the ear brackets
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`public static }void(exception x = new exception(null)){`

ok my brackets dont realy look like ears.
if you didnt get that it means there is nothing(no brains) between your ears.

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