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Posted: 2015-02-08 08:17
Someone who is very important to me wrote the code below. I have tried many ways, but I can't figure it out. Is there anyone can help me here? I'll really appreciate that!



Posted: 2015-02-08 12:21
or even
if you swap the * => . and the / => " "

Posted: 2015-02-08 21:17
That's an easy one. Lucky the msg is no longer because the code is growing in length for as it advances in the msg.

It means: 這是狗屁


Posted: 2015-02-09 07:24
translate.google.com says it's Chinese for:
"this is the shit"

Posted: 2015-02-09 11:31
yes, I can read English. Because I'm so silly, he just write the easy one. Would you tell me the whole message and not kinda of the "the whole thing is a bullshit" Is that Ok? I'll really appreciate that.

No offence. Just seek someone for help

Posted: 2015-02-09 23:53
This is a website where you can learn international Morse code.

The code you write down has nothing whatever to do with Morse code, which is a single character substitution.

You best try some website where encryption freaks are active.

Tip: a)every codegroup starts with a *
b) take for * a binary 1 and for - a binary 0

That makes sense, no leading zeroes. You haave to add them yourself.
Excusive or sequentially with the numbers that start after the blank line. Invert the result in order to end up with leading zeroes in stead of ones.

Make a monoalfabetic substiturion, and you end up with

55 es sk

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