Re: Looking for help deciphering Dad's message to Mom.

gglposting@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Here is what he wrote at the bottom of the poem:

To analyze this,
1st. Count up characters.
2nd. If plaintext is English, the most common character will be "e".
3rd. Characters distribution is always same in English, so select
Characters from frequency distribution table of Alphabets.

Yoshitaka Ikeda mailto:ikeda@xxxxxxxxx
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