Ever tried finding out codes? Well, one thing for sure, it’s pretty complicated. Especially the cipher code.
There’s a lot of keywords:
How much times you move the letter A to the right
The sentence used with codes in code language NOT ENGLISH!!!
And last but not least, Cipher:
The name of the object you use.
Anyways, at Centerpoint June 22 2015, me, my dad, and my mother and I went to the Centerpoint library because of a program that teaches you how to decode codes, and how the computer organizes data. So to start, chose 4 random numbers from 0 to 9. Then you write them in the circles. Now, you put the numbers on the circle above the numbers. Now you compare. The bigger number goes to the right, the smaller number follows the left arrow or line. Then, at the last stage, the numbers should be in order. But a computer does it way faster. Like, 100 times faster, They can do it in 1 second when humans, probably 40.
NEXT STEP! DECODING THE CIPHER CODE:
So this is a cipher wheel. To decode,you first spin the wheel to the right how much times it says on the key.
Then you take the first letter of the word in the code sentence, and you find it on the top, then look on the bottom to find out what letter it means. BY THE WAY! I’M NO SPY! I just learnt it from students from Carlton university. I’m just a innocent little girl! To write a code, you do the opposite. So ya!