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Tue Aug 27 04:49:46 EDT 2019

</bigger>0x243f6a88L, 0x85a308d3L, 0x13198a2eL, 0x03707344L,
0xa4093822L, 0x299f31d0L,

0x082efa98L, 0xec4e6c89L, 0x452821e6L, 0x38d01377L, 0xbe5466cfL,

0xc0ac29b7L, 0xc97c50ddL, 0x3f84d5b5L, 0xb5470917L, 0x9216d5d9L,

P_array From VB 5 version

H243F6A88, H85A308D3, H13198A2E, H3707344, HA4093822, H299F31D0,
H82EFA98, HEC4E6C89, 

H452821E6, H38D01377, HBE5466CF, H34E90C6C, HC0AC29B7, HC97C50DD,
H3F84D5B5, HB5470917, 

H9216D5D9, H8979FB1B

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.

Dar Scott


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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