Re: Updating the Historic OTP.



WTShaw wrote:

rossum wrote:

Adacrypt seems to have an obsession with ASCII and appears to be
unable to realise that dealing with general binary data is far more
useful and covers a far wider range of situations.

Also excludes many things that don't do well with binary. Try
whistling in binary based notes; be the first to do so.

How is audio encoded on YOUR compact discs?

What is it about sci(ENTIFIC).crypt(OLOGY) that draws so many
kooks, cranks, and non-understanders?
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  • Re: Updating the Historic OTP.
    ... unable to realise that dealing with general binary data is far more ... useful and covers a far wider range of situations. ... Also excludes many things that don't do well with binary. ...
    (sci.crypt)
  • Re: Updating the Historic OTP.
    ... unable to realise that dealing with general binary data is far more ... useful and covers a far wider range of situations. ... whistling in binary based notes; be the first to do so. ...
    (sci.crypt)