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Decyphering secret codes?

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July 19, 2019 / By Gedalia
Question: does anyone know what this means. found this sent [email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected],@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@... DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO CRACK THIS CODE. @[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@, @[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected], @[email protected]@[email protected]&. THEN UNDER THIS WAS A MESSAGE WITH A PHONE #.
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Dick Dick | 1 day ago
How to Decipher a Secret Code To find out the meaning of a coded riddle, following a few steps will help you break the secret code. Step 1 Compile all the information you know about the message starting with from whom it came and to whom the secret code was sent. On this basis, guess the most likely language (such as English or Spanish) of the secret code so you can start to decipher it. Step 2 Find out the list of most frequently occurring letters in the language you think the message was originally written in before it was coded. In English, for instance, the letter "E" is the most frequently occurring letter in text and conversation, followed by "T," "A" and so on. Step 3 Count the number of times any given symbol appears in the secret code and make a tally of each symbol. Then, replace all instances of the most frequently occurring letter with the most frequently occurring letter in the language you think the secret code was originally written in. Do the same for second, third and fourth most frequently occurring letters. Step 4 Try to find words in the secret code that are partially broken, in the sense that most of the letters are revealed by the previous steps. Alternatively, look at words that have only a few letters revealed but look as if they couldn't be anything else. Write the full word that you think is most likely for one such word. Then, look at the new letter-symbol relationship you deciphered and apply the cypher to the rest of the text to see if it makes sense. Step 5 Go back to a partially deciphered word if your application of the cypher doesn't make sense, and try to find a different word that you can make out of it that reveals new relationships between the symbols of the secret code and the letters of the language. Continue to do this until you find a configuration that successfully deciphers more and more of the secret code. http://www.ehow.com/how_2239100_decipher...
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Dick Originally Answered: Installing Codes for The Sims?
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Dick Originally Answered: Installing Codes for The Sims?
nope, im sorry. that was a waste of money :/ if the codes arnt there no gameplay, and im sure ea cant do anything cause its such an old game now

Dick Originally Answered: can someone explain the codes of FORTRAN 95?
I'll try to answer a few of your questions: 1. the Roman numerals are being treated as strings and the integer arabic numbers as decimal numbers 2. VALUE is a string with TRIM(VALUE) producing a string with trailing blank characters removed; this is being concatenated with a trailing blank removed Roman character that is repeated M_DIV times. M_DIV is the INTEGER multiplier for the specific Roman number being evaluated. 3. Generally, scientific 8. Object Oriented Program (OOP).
Dick Originally Answered: can someone explain the codes of FORTRAN 95?
Scott H provided you with answers for questions 1,2,3 (but missed on 8), so I will handle the other ones: 4- in terms of number of people using it, not that important; but for those using it, it is vital. Fortran is still the #1 number cruncher around. Large, numerically intensive simulations programs (like those for designing the aerodynamic contours of aircraft, modeling meteorological systems, collating geophysical data, and so on) are written in Fortran and will probably never be ported to another language. Fortran works, it works faster than anything else in pure number crunching, and is stable. No need to reinvent the wheel and risk bringing all new bugs. 5- Aerospace industry, meteorology, biological and physical modeling 6- Fortran is not intended to be interface intensive, i.e. asking a user a lot of things, and providing quick responses to (relatively small) queries. A large Fortran program will swallow a very large input file, and churn away in some cases for hours if not days, unattended. In other words, this is a "don't wait up, this will take some time" type of problem solver. The .NET programs (C# and VB) emphasize user interface and portability (if you have the virtual machine on a target computer, the program will run). The performance degradation in pure numerical processing that is associated with the virtual machine would run against the philosophy of Fortran. 7- Advantage: speed and numerical accuracy, and a rich mathematical library. Disadvantage: a rather unusual syntax (for C programmers at the very least), poor exception handling, poor interface capability (no native graphic tool kit). In other words, if you don';t know what you are doing, Fortran will bite you, hard. But in the hand of a good programmer, it will run circle around almost anything else. 8- Yes, it does feature Object Oriented Programming capabilities, although most Fortran programs out there are likely to be based on vintage code, written with what was available before Fortran 90 was introduced (the first release with OOP) and therefore not taking advantage of them. But if they are working, the wise word is to not mess with them.
Dick Originally Answered: can someone explain the codes of FORTRAN 95?
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