Decrypt: When the GeoCache code is entered, the output is automatically a decimal number.
Encrypt: When a decimal number is entered, the output is automatically the GeoCache code.
Decoding Babylonian numbers
By clicking on the individual segments, the single number is built up and output numerically. In addition, the individual numbers are added up according to the place value system.
Encoding Babylonian numbers
When a number is entered, it is...
This submenu offers two functions for decoding and encoding Babylonian numbers.Here, both an interactive input option of the individual numbers and a symbol table are available.
The complex numbers extend the number range of the real numbers in such a way that the equation x * x = -1 becomes solvable.
Since all real square numbers are non-negative, the solution of this equation cannot be real. So we need a new number, it...
The menu provides functions that try to decrypt encrypted text by trial and error.
Code solver for Substitution CiphersCode solver for HashesCode solver for Vigenère Cipher
Additionally, the multidecoder, which applies a number of tools to the encoded text.
The code describes the ice conditions in port areas, fairways, coastal sections, and marked sea lanes. It is intended, together with the ice charts and the textual ice reports, to inform the ship's command of the ice and navigation conditions to be encountered. The various sea and fairway districts...
The GC Wizard provides the following functions:
After selecting a system and the output language, the respective code is displayed.
The graphical coding of the WMO code for the ice condition is displayed for encryption or decryption.
The story "Chain of the code" contained a so-called "pair code". Each letter is replaced by a pair of symbols. The message begins with any half. This is followed by the left half of the first symbol. After a space follows the right half of the symbol, and so on.
Nyctography – Wikipedia
Nyctography is a form of substitution cipher writing created by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) in 1891.
Nyctography is written with a nyctograph (also invented by Carroll) and uses a system of dots and strokes all based on a dot placed in the upper left...
In cross bearing, a point is calculated to which the bearing (direction) is entered from two known coordinates.
The following tools are available for the coordinate calculations, which are described in more detail in the following chapters.
Waypoint projection (bearing)Distance and bearingFormat conversionOpen mapVariable coordinateCoordinate MeasurementCenter of two coordinatesCenter of three...
In the function "Segment Bearings" points between two bearings of a given coordinate are calculated in equal angle segments.
For the calculation a start coordinate and the respective angle to the two target coordinates is to be indicated, or the target coordinates themselves.
In the function "Segment Line" points on a line between two given coordinates are calculated in evenly spaced intervals.
For the calculation, a start and an end coordinate, as well as the number of evenly spaced sections and the output formats of the coordinates and distances must be...
To determine the intersection of two lines, both the respective starting point and the corresponding direction of the line must be entered.
To determine the intersection of two lines, enter the respective start and end points of the respective line.
When determining the intersection points of a bearing line and a circle, the calculation is based on the line start coordinates and their direction as well as the center coordinate of the circle and its radius.
In this function the intersection points of two circles are calculated, which are defined by the respective center and radius.
In this function the intersection points of three circles are calculated, which are defined by the respective center and radius.
In this function the opposite point of an entered coordinate on an ellipsoid is calculated.
In this function two known coordinates and the respective angles to another point are entered. The two possible intersection points are then calculated.
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