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06/29/2004:

workBLOGS . encryption


I was creating a very simple encryption algorithm this afternoon. Too simple that it even didn't reach 20 lines of code. I was hoping someone out there in cyberspace could test things and find out or assess how lame things are. Hehe. [",]

Just please include how many minutes, hours or light years it took you to solve this problem. Thanks.

The Pattern/Sample Data:
2414739118 - VNQRWRUOQQ
0955501563 - RNWRXNTKRI
0372592769 - QIPOPIPMWO
0312355527 - XMSLURYKRR
5561830050 - QNPJVRTJQL
1203615355 - SKTRWOQMUQ
7095810211 - QRQNXOXPUO
0292351958 - WQYLUIRQVO
4352908758 - QJWNRQULVM
0042801895 - QJUNVNQJVN
Now given the data pattern above, can you give the character equivalent of these number patterns.
0115874255
5793006998
0114609609
Feel free to post your answers. If you can 'assemble' the algorithm too that would make things even better. Happy decrypting!


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