This message was edited by DrMarten at 2006-6-14 6:29:12
: How did you come up with that? I sat at my computer for months ECT. attempting to do this but I dont know Basic that well.
: Oh yea, is there anything I could add that would make um lets say .'s = the & symbol. and even numbers like 0-9 become Alphabetical during the encryption phase? 391602282238**250228**123036**401610**16102432
Re: One More thing. How about coding everything to numbers including the numbers?
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Glad i solved it for you this far ( saying this modestly ).
I've been programming on and off for about 20 years.
I know some assembly language,Pascal and BASIC.
Most variations of BASIC including VB.Net have their similiar
features. Like FOR NEXT loops etc and some graphics commands.
I'm now 40. I'm back in my home town about 3 years now after living
in the North West of England for about 8 years.
Just got back into programming since i started doing VB.Net at the university of Teesside last September.
Their website is www.tees.ac.uk
I wished i'd done a course some 15 to 20 years ago.
I'm thinking of going on to do a degree and maybe go
into teaching or I.T. support.
I find VB.Net fairly easy for simple programs like this.
If you asked me to do a game, that would take a while. :-|
I'm "kind of" teaching myself VB.Net with books and the use
of the built in help files ( which are not all that easy to
understand, some of the time ).I know some graphics routines too.
I have a half developed working program that is a graphics demo, if you're interested? It does more than what VB.Net's built-in
graphics commands can do.
I hope you liked the comments i put in the program too?
I will have a think about recoding it for ' " ! ? and = symbols, maybe for all the printable characters.
I might just use their ascii values (maybe reverse them) and rework the program so a letter A is 001 instead of 01.
To convert to ascii and back is the easiest bit.
See ascii table at www.asciitable.com
It took me a few minutes to come up with>>
To make a number sequence like 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 etc into>>
1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19 etc for the CAPITAL letters.