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Re: VMs: Another VMS idea?
On Monday 12 April 2004 6:26 pm, Larry Roux wrote:
> That's what made it seem compelling to me.
> T H I S I S A T E S T
> FRO GS AR E FRO GS ARE FR OGS AR EF ROG SA RE FR OGS ARE
> FROTGS HARIE FROS GSIARES FRAOGS TAR EREROG SASRE FRTOGS ARE
> you get instances of similar words: "FROTGS, FRAOGS, FRTOGS" that are one
> character different. Very Voy like in that regard. Of course that may be
> due to my particular example....
> I was originally trying to determine how you could have a cipher that is
> not a simple substitution cipher but still retain a normal-esque character
> frequency graph. Now if I can find some sort of pattern that others have
I doubt very much that the example you gave has a "normal-esque" character
distribution. The letter FROGSAE will be over-represented.
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