Wouter Oet wrote:Hi and welcome to the JavaRanch.
I don't think that people will be able to crack it without some examples. Any we would appreciate it if you would let us know that you have posted this question on other sites as well (read more about that here).
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Posed like this, the question doesn't make much sense. Anyone trying to crack the code needs to make some assumptions about the cleartext. Like : is it human language? (Could be DNA base pairs for all we know.) If it is language, which one? Single words or sentences? Etc.
Andrew Monkhouse wrote:The other thing that many people would want to know is whether this is a homework assignment or not. This format of your description makes it look very similar to the types of assignments given to students studying cryptography at school - it is not uncommon for the professor to give a series of these types of questions as part of the final exam, where you have to decrypt each part in order to get the final answer. (Of course, you could always email any moderator with evidence that this is not the case, and they could confirm that here).
Joydeep Ghatak wrote:Hi,
Some more information/hints required,
1. Is each line of your code contains a part of a famous book name ?
2. Or the Sum of all the lines comes out to be a part of a famous book name ?
3. Is this a substitution type code or algorithm type code ?
4. What we can expect after each line ?
Mike Simmons wrote:Well, first you would need to find people who care, I suppose.