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RE: Re: VMs: A very important discovery!!
> On Tue, 28 Sep 2004, jan wrote:
> > There are the sections in the VM, where the SAME gallows follow each
> > other - in the same paragraph and with the other characters in between
> > but without different gallows in between. What would be the need for
> > that (one gallows would normally do)?
Isn't that like saying there are sections in the VM where the SAME
each other - in the same paragraph and with the other characters in between
but without different
characters of the same sort in between.... Like 'aiin' followed by a bunch
of characters followed by 'aiin' again -- but not with 'ain' in between.
Gallows are very problematic because:
F and P are first line of paragraph dependant (out on the limb - about 95%
First Gallows on a page can normally be detached from the first word to
form a relatively normal VMS word;
Split Gallows are quite rare - but do appear as labels or first words on a
K and T word patterns are very similar okedy otedy;
Add the ch versions and we now have 8 Gallows plus Split-Gallows;
The same first line of paragraph dependancy shows on cph and cfh as well.
I can't see how f,p, cph(iph), cfh(ifh) can be part of some coding scheme
since they are so dependant on first line of a paragraph (unless the whole
first line is setting up a cipher for the rest of the paragraph).
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