Below are some helpful facts for trying to Solve my Ingenious Code System.. which will now be known as ( I.C.S )
(1) Any letter can represent one of the Code letters! So there are 26 possibilities for each letter,a simple four letter word would have 26 x 26 x 26 x 26 = 456976 possible ways to code the word! But there are some other extra calculations to make it more difficult to break the code!
(2) Space/Space's between the letters are very important!
With my first example below it would be Very! Very! Unlikely to get a string of M's to represent a Code Message as long as the example..but it could happen!? let's say it's Calculable!
My first example would nearly be the most Difficult Code Message ( I.C.S ) could make! Other than being longer of course,but my first example is easier because I have laid out the Message with the same Space's as the Message Uncoded,as can be seen below..
M MM M MMMM MMMMM MMMM MMMMMM
I AM A WELL KNOWN MATH GENIUS
A more Difficult way to lay out the same Message would be as my Second or Third examples below,where the Space's don't give such a Clue as to what the Code Message might be.
MMMMM MMMM MMMMMM M MM M MMMM
MMM MMM MMM MMM MMM MMM MMMMM
But as I have stated the same Code Message could be as the fourth example below...or with any of the 26 x possible ways for each letter!
A BB C DDDD EEEEE FFFF GGGGGG
Below is another Code Message using ( I.C.S ) this time the Message layout is more realistic as to how it would be Calculated,as a sent Code Message!
The only clues are that the Code Message contains two full stops as dot's and four numbers,which count as letters/Text.
DEIJJ LNOOO PLWXX MQIPO LSKKWAPPAZ QQQBG
Total 35 letters/Text plus 5 Spaces!
First to bobbym
Well done! Someone had to get it by now first! But in the real world you would never get that much HELP!...
While it's certainly true that the code is secure, it's also fairly useless.
The point of encrypting messages is so that the sender and recipient will be able to read them but no one else will. There is no way for anyone to get the original message from your code, even if you wanted them to.
You are Completely Wrong!!
The sender would send the Message as any of the examples I gave...and the recipient would then be able to decode the Message by using as I said an ingenious way of writing secure messages...is of course so the recipient can then read them!
The next big Challenge is how was it done?
Below is the very important Fifth Clue on how to Break the Code Message!...
The actual letters used in the Code Message at the start of this Thread! But of course in the wrong Order! Can anyone now make the Message...and if they can! the next big Challenge is how was it done?
O H G W L K I A I U M A W N M A L N E T E N S
Total 23 Letters!
Please don't be offended but I don't feel comfortable calling anyone an idiot so may I call you Rick. Anyway welcome to the forum.
That's OK! you can call me Rick,#ick,#rick it's only names? Knowing the meaning's is the main thing...
Well then, sorry, RickIsAnIdiot, no offense meant then.
I probably should have written that up in LaTeX, I'll try sometime.
No Problem! so do you now agree your counter Math example is Flawed!...
As I stated... There is NO LIMIT OF .99999... AS 1