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Post  Discoman Sat Oct 15, 2011 1:55 am

Encoded haiku:

ETSFV FD1NV ZS7M2
UM8VK RCSZA P11IN FW-KX P/1RW
1MF4L F+3,0 QHWKS H+53- ZMTBI

QRVI8 YKK8Y

Just for fun and interest.
And there is a prize: the person who encoded that will only give out the bild details of their encoding/decoding machine when somebody solves it.
Four rotor engima type cipher is beyond my programming skills, so i,m bringing it to the attention of others.
And here is the link to the machine: http://www.tatjavanvark.nl/tvv1/pht10.html
Enjoy!
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Post  ico Sun Oct 16, 2011 5:37 pm

it's nearly impossible to decode when you don't know at least a few words from the original text
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Post  Discoman Wed Oct 19, 2011 10:45 pm

Well, sadly, that is all there is. That was the entire text.
I wouldn't be so cruel as to not give everything.
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Post  Gilda Mon Nov 14, 2011 11:13 pm

ETSFV FD1NV ZS7M2
UM8VK RCSZA P11IN FW-KX P/1RW
1MF4L F+3,0 QHWKS H+53- ZMTBI

QRVI8 YKK8Y


Well, there is another way to decipher.
We just need to know the language it was writen and find the most usual prepositions: The, in, on ...
So we will have a notion of some vowels and consonants... With this data, we can match some word parts and make inferences to get the meaning.
The only problem is that it doesn't seem to be writen in English
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Post  Discoman Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:15 am

Well, looking it over, it has number keys 0-9 and alphabet keys, although it seems to have five extra keys as well. One is probably a space, one a period, and one a comma. One key is still left unexplained on the bottom row, and one on the second row up. If we had a picture of the keyboard for it, then a language could be determined, although at this point, it could be most any language using the basic modern Latin alphabet and the Arabic number system.
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Post  Artilects rule! Wed Feb 29, 2012 5:45 am

Gilda wrote:ETSFV FD1NV ZS7M2
UM8VK RCSZA P11IN FW-KX P/1RW
1MF4L F+3,0 QHWKS H+53- ZMTBI

QRVI8 YKK8Y


Well, there is another way to decipher.
We just need to know the language it was writen and find the most usual prepositions: The, in, on ...
So we will have a notion of some vowels and consonants... With this data, we can match some word parts and make inferences to get the meaning.
The only problem is that it doesn't seem to be writen in English
It's not English at all.
Discoman wrote:Well, looking it over, it has number keys 0-9 and alphabet keys, although it seems to have five extra keys as well. One is probably a space, one a period, and one a comma. One key is still left unexplained on the bottom row, and one on the second row up. If we had a picture of the keyboard for it, then a language could be determined, although at this point, it could be most any language using the basic modern Latin alphabet and the Arabic number system.
That's because they appear to be numbers, but they are not.
There are letters and numbers that originated from other cultures such as the capital "A" comes from the Greek delta that evolved from the Dalet.

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