# Re: The Most Profound Distillation of the Feedack from Modern Cyptography.

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For a start, are you totally au fait with the vector equation of a
straight line

Sure:

x(vector) = x_origin(vector) + a * direction(vector)

where a belongs to R, and direction must not be a null vector

and the related methodology of assigning numbers to that
line when it is commissioned as a 'directed' number line instead of it
being the arbitrary straight line that is used to model numbers in
elementary number theory.

Clearly we have a terminology problem because you don't use the same
terms with the same meanings as other people. You need to be able to
explain your algorithm in terms of simple mathematical equations and
algorithm steps. Something along the lines of:

Inputs: secret key K, secret number N, public number A, plaint text P(1..N)
Output: cypher text C(1..N)

1 - for I = 1..N
2 - s(I) = K mod A
3 - etc.

You were able to program the algorithm on a computer, so you were able
to do just that. Your algorithm implementation is not prone to
terminology errors, so maybe we should start with that, so we have no
misunderstandings.

Just select only one of your algorithm versions (the one you think is
stronger / more practical / whatever), filter out the input / output
part of the code and leave only the encryption part, simplify and
comment. That should be enough to understand the algorithm and should
give you the least amount of work.

--
Paulo Marques - www.grupopie.com

"I used to be indecisive, but now I'm not so sure."
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