Tue Aug 27 04:49:46 EDT 2019
</bigger>0x243f6a88L, 0x85a308d3L, 0x13198a2eL, 0x03707344L,
0x082efa98L, 0xec4e6c89L, 0x452821e6L, 0x38d01377L, 0xbe5466cfL,
0xc0ac29b7L, 0xc97c50ddL, 0x3f84d5b5L, 0xb5470917L, 0x9216d5d9L,
P_array From VB 5 version
H243F6A88, H85A308D3, H13198A2E, H3707344, HA4093822, H299F31D0,
H452821E6, H38D01377, HBE5466CF, H34E90C6C, HC0AC29B7, HC97C50DD,
So signed numbers exist in the arrays of some versions in use. I want
to look into the differences that I'm finding in deferent
implementations of these arrays. When I run </color>baseConvert() on
this VB array I get a few different signed numbers than I use in my
</bigger></bigger></fontfamily></fixed>Back to the drawing board :-(
btw - I love baseConvert() in Rev.
<excerpt>The guy that thought this S-box, bit-shift stuff up has got
to be a full-blown max-zoomed dweeb.
Well, fortunately there are no bit-shifts in Blowfish, just figuring
out how to think 4 chars and 32-bit numbers.
I should have said bit wrangling. Shifting binary numbers would just
about put an end to this, or my brain for sure.
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