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#Actualfrob

Posted 03 March 2013 - 07:41 PM

Ask your teacher.

If you don't understand the material it is likely that other students also don't understand the material. It also lets the instructor know what areas he needs to cover in more depth.

As for the algorithm itself, the Wikipedia page does an excellent job of describing it. Considering they include a careful walk through I'm not sure what you'd be missing. It looks like you wrote down the wrong function, but that is easily remedied by carefully reading the description of the decryption algorithm.

#2frob

Posted 03 March 2013 - 07:38 PM

Ask your teacher.

If you don't understand the material it is likely that other students also don't understand the material. It also lets the instructor know what areas he needs to cover in more depth.

As for the algorithm itself, the Wikipedia page does an excellent job of describing it. You didn't say what part you don't understand, but considering they include a careful walk through I'm not sure what you'd be missing.

#1frob

Posted 03 March 2013 - 07:34 PM

Ask your teacher.

If you don't understand the material it is likely that other students also don't understand the material. It also lets the instructor know what areas he needs to cover in more depth.

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