Regionals was:Anomaly wrote:On our regionals test, we had something uses a bunch of symbols like !@#$%^&*()will0416 wrote:Has anyone seen any particularly memorable varieties of encoding Baconian ciphers that have a decent chance of appearing on an official test (i.e. methods other than odd/even, vowel/consonant, letters from one word/letters from a different word)?
I never actually figured out what the pattern was though, it might have been all the symbols on the odd numbers of a keyboard / symbols on even numbers of keyboard
The one that I made that cause the most people trouble used the Cyrillic / Russian alphabet:
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Honestly, that's about all you can do, especially if there's no hint. We usually try plugging in the most common letters and seeing if anything jumps out and go from there.eab2114 wrote:Does anyone have tips for working on patristocrats, beyond just looking at letter frequency and repeated letter chunks? I'm working on the North Carolina state test and not having much luck with it.
Mission 3/7/- Sounds 4/2/- Herp -/-/11/1/26 MV 2/3/7/3/10 Code 3/1/1/1/5
Detector 4//- GV 6//? Code 1/1/? ED -/-/? PPP -/-/?
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