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    Re: anyone can help me to solve this?

    this is the code my member send it to me...do u guys have any idea how can we make it more Object oriented,the lecturer will not like if we only used one class..and how to encrypt things with space....
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    Re: anyone can help me to solve this?

    This version of Rail Fence Encryption depends on the number of rails, where the plain text/cipher text will be used to populate the rails in fixed direction (either top-down or bottom-up). The text...
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    Re: anyone can help me to solve this?

    I need help writing a java program for the algorithm based on the question i posted #4...totally out of clue:confused:
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    Re: anyone can help me to solve this?

    seriously?that means what I'm doing right now nt related to the question at all?sorry me just beginner in java still gt alot need to learn...u gt any idea on the question i posted?~X(
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    Re: anyone can help me to solve this?

    just posted the question...do you understand it?~X(
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    Re: anyone can help me to solve this?

    SUBSTITUTION ENCRYPTION
    This type of encryption works by substituting the first few characters for the key typed in by user. For example, if the key is WREAKHAVOC, the substitution table would look...
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    Re: anyone can help me to solve this?

    the two loops at the end....Im trying to figure out how to check the array for repeated letters. For example: If the use enters bilal. Only "bila" is supposed to go in the array I made. You can't...
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    anyone can help me to solve this?

    import java.util.Scanner;
    public class Substitution
    {
    public static void main(String[] args){

    Scanner bb = new Scanner (System.in);
    String [] letters = {"a", "b", "c", "d", "e", "f", "g", "h",...
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