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  • fefef May 11, 2010

    It is kinda hard for anyone, to predict your exact approach into writing a program to either encrypt or decrypt. Even if they are familiar with the cipher.

    Therefore, in order for you to get better suggestions I guess it would be compulsory for you to first take the time in
    explaining the approach by which you wish to achieve your goal. And
    also provide some code that you have already implemented. When that
    would be done, It would be easier for everyone to then Understand your approach and might lead into helping you to get the solution.

    AS Far as HILL Cipher goes.

    Basically You must teach the computer Matrix Multiplication.
    Considering that you are using a 2x2 Matrix as a key, I guess it would be quite easy to do so.

    Now when you are either Encrypting or Decrypting . Make sure that you
    use 2 letters(1x2) letter matrix To make multiplication possible.

    You could use an Enumeration to make symbolic constants representing each letter and the value for that letter.(This approach would require you to use a tokenizer .) int matrix [2][2]; int determinant = ((matrix[0][0])*(matrix[1][1])) - ( (-matrix[0][1])) *(-matrix[1][0]))

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1: Remove you memory card from cell phone.
2: Insert you memory card into cell phone.
3: Restart you cell phone

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Ciphering is mainly caused due to old sim cards,remove your sim and reinsert it.If the problem still persists,go to the customer care center of the operator and ask for new sim with the same number ,you would probably get this for free .Insert the new sim and see to it that the problem is gone now

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