I like shift ciphers as much as the next guy but Caesar is just so damn obvious. If you’re sending a giant wall of nonsense letters to a friend in an email, you might as well wave a giant neon-colored flag around that says “HEY I’M A SHADY BASTARD” to any third parties that might […]Read More Python: How to Cipher in Blender
So Hopper’s Amazing Decipherer Script 1.0 was about 472 lines because it included ELSE IF clauses for every letter in the alphabet. HADS 2.0 cuts it down to 77 lines because arrays, as it turns out, are incredibly useful when paired with loops. Making a Rotated Alphabet Deciphering a Caesar cipher requires that the alphabet […]Read More AHK: Visualizing ELSE/IF with Arrays
Arrays are a damn godsend. More specifically, they’re an easy way to deal with large lists. Why is this useful you ask? Imagine you want to run the same code on multiple items. The items could be numbers, letters, words, full sentences—anything. By putting those things in a list, or an array, you can loop […]Read More AHK: What is an Array?
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