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An add-on of Caesar Shift Cipher (1), this code "shifts" all the letters two times instead of just once. Caesar used the same system to send messages to far away allies. If the message was intercepted, it would just seem like worthless bable to an enemy who didn't know the secrets of the cipher.
Info: Created on 8th September 2009 . Last edited on 21st September 2009.
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It was really hard to coppy all of the Caesar Shift Cipher (1) letters onto this font, and to be honest, I may have messed up on the "Z".
Comment by Mel O'Mann (aaaalllleeeexxxx) 8th September 2009
Save us! Another cipher! This time I let others to enjoy themselves.

Why don't you clone the first version and modify it after?
Comment by Frodo7 9th September 2009
@Frodo7
Nagyon vicces, Frodo7. "Ments meg minket!" Én klón az első és szerkesztett később. Mit jelent az, hogy a bérbeadás-mások élvezik-maguk megjegyzését?
Translation:
Very funny, Frodo7. "Save us!" I did clone the first one and edited it later. What did you mean by that letting-others-enjoy-themselves remark?
Comment by Mel O'Mann (aaaalllleeeexxxx) 9th September 2009
@Frodo7
Ez ugyanaz rendszerből, kivéve a leveleket már "eltolják" kétszer helyett egyszer.
Translation:
It's the same system except the letters have been "shifted" twice instead of once.
Comment by Mel O'Mann (aaaalllleeeexxxx) 9th September 2009
Online translation is great but you need a basic knowledge of the other tongue. Hungarian is a unique sophisticated modern language with no major spoken relative in Europe (Finnish is a distant relative). It has so far eluded any serious attempt of machine translation, though they were smallish endeavoures in terms of money and people hours invested. However, it is only a matter of time and a successful solution will emerge. The exponential growth of computing power makes it all the more likely to happen very soon. Until then we have to be content with the old fashioned dictionaries to avoid writing nonsensical word salads.

"What did you mean by that letting-others-enjoy-themselves remark?" If you ask such questions, well I'm sorry to say, but you failed the Turing test.
Comment by Frodo7 9th September 2009
@Frodo7
Again I am confused. Turing test? Anyway, I did not use any device to translate from English to Hungarian. Though, I will admit my Hungarian is not as good as it should be and people have suspected that I have use some kind of online translator in the past, even though I didn't.
Comment by Mel O'Mann (aaaalllleeeexxxx) 10th September 2009
@Frodo7
PS I have noticed, in my studies, that there are some similarities between Hungarian and English. Is it possible that English has been distantly based on this language? I know English is a blend of many, many other languages including Latin, Spanish, French, and German. But I never even suspected Hungarian until I began to learn it.


Maybe we should stop talking about my bad Hungarian and get back on subject.
Comment by Mel O'Mann (aaaalllleeeexxxx) 10th September 2009
I finally fixed the "Z"!!!
Comment by Mel O'Mann (aaaalllleeeexxxx) 21st September 2009

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