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Re: Permutation


I managed to guess how the coding works and decode the message, but...

I'll let you do your own homework.

Bobby

esi1 at lineone.net wrote in message news:<c3oci7$8jg$1 at smc.vnet.net>...
> Hi
> 
> I have a mathematica notebook and need help with decoding permutations.
> 
> In mathematica the following was encoded using
> 
> {"1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "9", "10"},
> {"4", "9", "10", "6", "1", t;\"\[Diamond]\"\&gt;", "3", "2",
>                     "\&lt;\"\[Diamond]\"\&gt;", 
> "\&lt;\"\[Diamond]\"\&gt;"}
> 
> 
> Coded message
> 
> "td Te ocrytsio  hmdeg .eYaeossln ueile w pxdloea toemi t hn of \
> ooyuuw hd netecd geporn mdii nuftortahf orteam to gfns meeoctd 
> niheeumntprag  \
> ehtnnw iodomyn esoueoytut rraeoo ktb.no",
>          
> 
> is anyone able to tell me step by step how i go about solving it ? as I'm a 
> newby to mathematica.
> 
> thanks


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