GC Wizard provides two functions to decrypt or encrypt texts with Predator:
an overview of all symbols in the symbol tablesa tool for graphical decryption or encryption
Clicking on the segments creates the character.
GC Wizard automatically decodes and outputs the corresponding letter.
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The entered text is encoded and output...
The entered text is automatically encrypted according to the selected code.
The output is either a decimal number or a binary number.
The entered text is automatically decoded according to the selected code.
The input is made optionally as a decimal...
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A detailed description of how it works has not been handed down. Only the description listed here exists, from which an attempt was made to derive a coding.
The first attempt by Helmar Fischer has gained acceptance in the geocaching scene; however, it is...
Wigwag (flag signals) – Wikipedia
Wig Wag is a form of flag signaling, but it uses only one flag. The system was developed in the 50s of the 19th century by Albert J. Myer.
There are three movements:
wave to the leftwave to the rightwave to the front
At the time of the French Revolution, the French technician Claude Chappe succeeded in developing a technically practical optical telegraphy device based on the transmission of characters by means of pivoting signal arms (also known as a wing telegraph or semaphore).
Two pivoting crossbars were...
Gauß-Weber-Telegraf – Wiki Göttingen (wiki-goettingen.de)
In 1833, Carl Friedrich Gauss and Wilhelm Eduard Weber invented the world's first electromagnetic telegraph.
An approximately 1.2 km long double wire line led from the induction-operated sign...
Cooke and Wheatstone telegraph – Wikipedia
The Cooke and Wheatstone 5-needle telegraph was an early electric telegraph system invented in the 1830s by English inventor William Fothergill Cooke and English scientist Charles Wheatstone.
It was the first telegraphy system to be used...
...telegraph manual : a complete history and description of the semaphoric, electric and magnetic telegraphs of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, ancient and modern : with six hundred and twenty-five illustrations : Shaffner, Tal. P. (Taliaferro Preston), 1818-1881 : Free Download, Borrow, and...
Binary-to-text encoding - Wikipedia
Base58 describes a method from the computer field for encoding positive integers.
The alphabet of Base58 results from that of Base62 coding by omitting the characters
0 (zero),O (capital o),I (capital i),l (small L),(plus),/ (slash).
The entered text is decrypted immediately.
The entered text is immediately decrypted letter by letter.
Base91 is an advanced method for encoding binary data as ASCII characters. It is similar to UUencode or base64, but more efficient.
The overhead generated by Base91 depends on the input data. It is at most 23% (compared to 33% for base64) and can be as low as...
Base122 is a space-saving UTF-8 binary-to-text encoding developed as an alternative to base-64 in data URIs. Base-122 is ~14% smaller than corresponding base-64 encoded data.
Base-122 is currently an experimental encoding that is subject to...
In total, the function provides four sections:
Definition of the playing field
The switches are used to define the size of the square.Round world means there are no borders. When leaving the playing field to the right, the playing field is re-entered from the left.
Often "squared paper" is missed again and again, if one would have to paint any grids in a multi again - for whatever reason (fill in boxes, paint a checkerboard, …).
Grid/squared paper offers a very flexible possibility here:
TR 440 – Wikipedia
The TR440 was the only technically competitive mainframe computer manufactured in Germany at its time. In particular, its subscriber operating system was unique worldwide around 1970 - no other computer could offer anything comparable at the time. This predestined it to be the...
ILLIAC - Wikipedia
ILLIAC (Illinois Automatic Computer) is the name of a series of mainframe computers built between 1951 and 1974, taking its name from the University of Illinois, where the first computer in the series was built.
In the late 1940s, development work for computers was...
Either punched cards or punched tape were used to store ALGOL programs. For storage on punched tape, a slightly modified CCITT ITA-2 code was used.
In this 5-bit code, the characters of the digit group intended for national extensions were replaced by ALGOL-specific characters.
The Teletypesetter System (TTS) was used for quick and remote typesetting. The individual components of the system can be used to control various typesetting machines. The method of remote data transmission is similar to that of the teletypewriter.
The letters to be typeset were entered via an...
Base encodings are methods for encoding binary data into printable strings.
The GC Wizard provides the following encodings:
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