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Fun Challenge: Translate this Binary Message!

'1010011' '1101111' '1101100' '1101111' '1001100' '1100101' '1100001' '1110010' '1101110' '100001'

12/7/2017 7:16:00 AM

Eric Blinkidu

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🤔 . . . 🤓 https://code.sololearn.com/cK8Yb37NVymR/?ref=app

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https://code.sololearn.com/c8mg17eNpfUJ/?ref=app

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Here : https://code.sololearn.com/cN7ujpm00YOq/?ref=app

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A simple code I made: https://code.sololearn.com/cNg987QPPbME/?ref=app

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It sounds like you all figured it out. Well done! Here is my solution in Python. https://code.sololearn.com/cC9nHGKgMXWA/?ref=app

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One row code in Python: https://code.sololearn.com/ch8uHMHgLbJx/

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My first guess would be: SoloLearn!

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Is the last the equivalent of '0100001'?

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https://code.sololearn.com/cZAqhiWk2J6z/?ref=app

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S O L O L E A R N A. whats that last A for?xd I guess we can write a program for this too. would be fun. edit : seems like last one is actually a "!". cool.

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@Kave Eskandari Wouldn't A be '0000001'?

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As far as I know we just read the bits until the value of 16th (5th one from right). thats why I read it as an A. I might be wrong though, correct me if I am.

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a is 01100001 A is 01000001 ! is 00100001 (note the amount of 0's between the 1's)

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oh I ddint remember there are codes for symbols such as ! too. thanks for the correction.

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Yes it's from an ascii table. (normal ascii printable characters)

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@Wesley Stessens Ah, I see. Thanks! 😉

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@Wesley Stessens Is that from the ASCII table?