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Keith C. Ivey
August 27, 2002 20:26
Re: First posts of some famous golfers
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3D6C0BB9.27162.1143B111@localhost wrote:

> Very interesting, Keith. Perhaps Stephen, who's debutante
> post revealed a sound understanding of Teutonic languages,
> might like to translate it into English for the golf
> historians. ;)

No, no, we have no need for human translators in this modern
age.  We have Babelfish:

---- Begin translated text ----
From: Stefan ` Sec` Zehl (
Subject: RH: Coded note book for PIN/PW jungles?
DATE: 1997/06/24

Into article < 3Á >, Felix Holderied

> Well well well, I geklaut the purse of Jens and
> found its  5   maps.  The following letters stood drauf:
> taae, thgg, htaa, hars, grnu
> as is called really " " the concrete mixer, and as its
> 5 pins read?

hmm, thus the concrete mixer must have 10+ letter, in order to
be able to code 0-9, in addition no letter in the first 10...
9 of the letters may occur twice is " aeghnrstu ".

matrix:~ > Crack_4.1+/DictSrc/german.Z zcat |
tr ' [ A-z ] ' ' [ A-z]'|
Perl   ne '
if(split(/*/) > 9){
  LINE:  for($a=0;$a < 10;$a++){
    for($b=$a+1;$b < 10;$b++){
      if(@_[$a ] eq @_[$b]){
        $$ok=0;last LINE;  # letter doubles
    } if(@_[$a ] = ~/[ aeghnrstu]/){$ok++ };
  } if ($$ok > 8){print " $_:$ok.\n "; }  # the word has the
looked for 9 letters

Of it naturally only the words are interesting in the first 10
letters differ (natural history and nature taste are
equivalent:)  - makes 6 words in ask come.

Hmm, with 3 do not try per map (secret number the automat)
should it a problem represent, there can one with 5  maps
10 " words one after the other " try, before one loses first...

under this criterion this method is thus not safe of enough:)


for the crawler-type vehicle it is the end of the world,
for the remainder of the world is it a butterfly

error 0:  NO error
---- End translated text ----

Alles klar, Herr Kommissar?

Keith C. Ivey <>
Washington, DC

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