Hill Cipher

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    Question Hill Cipher

    Im doing a Maths project at school. We're working from the "Mathematics for Year 12 Mathematical Studies" book from Haese & Harris Pub. One of the DI's use matricies for encryption and it says to research "Hill ciphers" and comment on their differences. Ive search the net and i cant find any differences, none at all. I was wondering if someone could try to explain Hill ciphers more througherly. If you need more explaination as to how they are doing it in the book just give us a buzz. Hope you can help!

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    Bump!!! =)

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    Bump Bump!! =)

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    There is no need to bump your thread people will look at it and respond to it if they want to. Bumping is just going to irritate people not make them respond faster.

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    Sorry. Ok, an eaiser question. Does anyone know of any other forums that could help me?

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    Behold the magic that is google
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    Nasty, nasty people! Ok i should have read the rule but for gods sake get over it. Take pitty on a noob and stop posting bloody bad repuatation comments. Didnt your mothers ever tell you, "If you've got nothing nice to say. Dont say anything at all!". And the DI *IS* programming related. Its also being used in I.T.

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    P.S Losers posting rude messages saying to read the forum guidelines (not kermin3, you were actually nice about it!) how about you read them yourselves. Especially number 8.!!!

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    Actually the other 3 people were quite nice about it.

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    ok sorry. Credit to those three people!! Thantos, Dalren, prog-bman. Anyway this is getting ridiculous and i honestly dont care for those other people. Im over it now!

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    Btw congrats on getting to 3 red boxes in the fewest number of posts.

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    3 red squares. Does that beat a full house?

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