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Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 01:14:50 +0200
From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: one decimal digit adder using rules (2+3 -> 5)

On 2014-04-20 17:08, Aleksey Cherepanov wrote:
> I made an adder using rules. It works for 2 numbers of 1 decimal
> digit each. I'll describe two approaches.
...
> /+ {\[} M s0w s1e s2r s3t s4y s5u s6i s7o s8p s9\[ \[ X010 Az"9a"
> va01 /9 vbp0 vcba R M L Dc Xc1c L M R Xb1b Dc /8 vbp0 vcba R M L Dc
> Xc1c L M R Xb1b Dc /7 vbp0 vcba R M L Dc Xc1c L M R Xb1b Dc /6 vbp0
> vcba R M L Dc Xc1c L M R Xb1b Dc /5 vbp0 vcba R M L Dc Xc1c L M R
> Xb1b Dc /4 vbp0 vcba R M L Dc Xc1c L M R Xb1b Dc /3 vbp0 vcba R M L
> Dc Xc1c L M R Xb1b Dc /2 vbp0 vcba R M L Dc Xc1c L M R Xb1b Dc /1
> vbp0 vcba R M L Dc Xc1c L M R Xb1b Dc sw0 se1 sr2 st3 sy4 su5 si6 so7
> sp8 s\[9 \[ \]\]

Pretty much hopeless finding a typo in that one :-)

An external filter might be another viable approach for this.

magnum

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