`1 2 3`

I used the " tt , /tt " and it's still sqrunching the numbers together..

Can someone show me how to get spacing , so the 1 2 and 3 are under the 1 , 2 , 3

- Aug 31, 2020 16:59
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001 002 003

`1 2 3`

I used the " tt , /tt " and it's still sqrunching the numbers together..

Can someone show me how to get spacing , so the 1 2 and 3 are under the 1 , 2 , 3

I used the " tt , /tt " and it's still sqrunching the numbers together..

Can someone show me how to get spacing , so the 1 2 and 3 are under the 1 , 2 , 3

- Aug 31, 2020 3:02
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With "Vari_Cyph" You can set the values to x 1 message = 64 bits and garbage to 2 = 128 bits.. Then you can copy the output to the input , and change the values , and the key and output chrs.. And re-cypher it with a different set of values and different key... You can re-cypher with diffe...

- Aug 31, 2020 2:22
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@deltarho[1859] With "Vari_Cyph" If you select a message size of 1 , then the message is 8 * 8 bits , or 64 bits.. If you select a garbage size of 1 then the garbage is 64 bits , it scramble 64 bits of message into 64 bits of garbage.. If you select a garbage size of 4 then the garbage is ...

- Aug 31, 2020 1:59
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It's impossible to decypher "Vari_Cyph"

- Aug 31, 2020 1:30
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@deltarho[1859] If your working on encryption... Take a look at my "Vari_Cyph" on the "Projects" section of the forum... https://freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=27407&p=258031&hilit=Vari_Cyph#p258031 It scrambles the message bits into a bunch of garbage... You...

- Aug 31, 2020 0:16
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I found the program on my hard drive.... "Squares Over" ( Only works with the 32 bit version of FB ) ( The multiplier uses uinteger and on 64 bit FB , uniteger is 64 bits instead of 32 ) ( i guess i should make the uintegers to ulongs?? ) screen 19 'written in FreeBasic for Windows 'http:/...

- Aug 30, 2020 23:25
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Here's a 3 digit one to help explain it.. 121 x 121 = 14,641 1x1 = 1 20 x 2 = 40 100 x 1 = 100 ( tot = 141 ) cascade add -----141 ---141 -141 ------- 15,651 original number 1-2-1 1 - 2 = 1 ( third place so we add 3 zeros ) 1000 1 - 1 = 0 2 - 1 = 1 ( second place so we add 1 zero ) 10 tot = 1010 1565...

- Aug 30, 2020 23:06
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You can find the "Squares Over" program on the "General" board under "Circles" topic and search for "Squares Over"... @deltarho[1859] With your math skills , can you find a faster way to cascade add , a million digits??? If you know all the million digits are ...

- Aug 30, 2020 22:55
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My "Squares Over" concept above works with all digit lengths... 10 x 10 = 100 0 x 0 = 0 10 x 10 = 10 10 + 0 = 10 cascade --10 10 ----- 110 -10 <-- squared difference of 1 and 0 = 1 * 10 = 10 ----- 100 <--- correct answer 11 x 11 = 121 1 x 1 = 1 1 x 1 = 1 tot = 11 cascaded --11 11 ----- 121...

- Aug 30, 2020 21:46
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In high school i only took general math... I didn't get into Algebra or Geometry or trig or Calculus... Back in "Circles" I invented a way to square numbers.. But it was to slow to be useful for "Huge Numbers". The idea i came up with is: 12 x 12 = 144 Square each number ( 1 x 1 ...

- Aug 30, 2020 21:13
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Me and Dodicat , were working on "Huge Number Squares" , back in "Crircles" and "Squares"

I've been , off and on again , working on it...Over the years..

I've been , off and on again , working on it...Over the years..

- Aug 30, 2020 20:54
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Developing the concept to work with huge numbers...

So , you can only use addition and subtraction.. and maybe single or double digit multiplys..

So , you can only use addition and subtraction.. and maybe single or double digit multiplys..

- Aug 30, 2020 20:38
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Now to work on skipping values....

Find the square of 6 , by knowing the square of 5 and 7 or ???.

Fine the square of 150 by Knowing the square of 100 and 200... Finding a "median" square value..

Find the square of 6 , by knowing the square of 5 and 7 or ???.

Fine the square of 150 by Knowing the square of 100 and 200... Finding a "median" square value..

- Aug 30, 2020 19:56
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I found a way of finding the next square... 1 = 01 2 = 04 3 = 09 4 = 16 5 = 25 6 = 36 7 = 49 8 = 64 9 = 81 If you know the square of 4 = 16 .. You can find the square of 5 , by adding 4 + 5 ( 16 + ( 4 + 5 ) = 25 ) If you know the square of 6 = 36 .. You can find the square of 7 , by adding 6 + 7 ( 3...

- Aug 29, 2020 21:27
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I wrote a program for my "Five Step" multiply formula... Interesting output.... It's close on some numbers.. and off quite a bit on others.. screen 19 print do for a as longint = 1 to 9 print a , for b as longint = 1 to 9 step 1 dim as longint v1 = a dim as longint v2 = b if v2 < v1 then s...