The whole song has a “Spy vs Spy meets Inspector Gadget” kind of feel. Even though I’m not a fan of this album sounds as a whole, it really works for this song. There are times where this may be DT’s heaviest instrumental (aside from Raw Dog). It just sounds like a lot of fun to play!
However, while the individual riffs are fun to listen to, it does get a little repetitive at times. I think a song like this deserves more twists and turns, Dance of Eternity style.
In the end, while it's enjoyable from time to time, it's probably my least favorite DT instrumental to date.
What are your thoughts on Enigma Machine?
Hi guys, is there anyone who could help me with my maths assignment? I’m writing about cryptology, and the final chapter covers topic of ENIGMA. I’ve written already about principles of the device, but I don’t know how to write about method of cracking developed by Polish mathematicians. Is there anyone who knows something about that and would like to help me understand this process and what to write about?
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Is it worth the price for such a legendary? I am a big HT user and attack speed increase and quick time victory is nice.
What’s people take on this deal?
As a project for a class I'm programming the Enigma Machine and I'm confused about the logistics of it all.
When you input a letter it goes through the rotors and plug board and then outputs as a different letter and then when you input that different letter (on the same settings) it should come out as your original letter. I'm just confused on how to accomplish this.
I understand each input on the rotor is wired to another slot on the same rotor which is then connected to the next. I'm just confused on how the input is interpreted.
If I input the letter "A", does the input start at the actual slot 0 on the rotor? Or does it just go through the starting point (the point shown for example, so if the rotor was on position 22 would A go through 22 or 0?) Similarly for all the other letters, if B was input, would it always go through 1? Or, going back to the previous example, would it go through 23?
I'm currently attempting to make this work without a plugboard and then introduce this as a function later, but if it's a necessity for the system to work, is there a way to do it without it? I know older encryption machines just used the rotors and worked perfectly fine.
i've always wondered about this but all of the articles that try to explain it completely fly over my head, especially since i have no background in coding/cryptography/whatever subject it is. any kind soul willing to simplify it a bit?