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Rule is simple. The number and next number is summed and mode 5 is taken. Then this number is changed with first number and process continues. Only the last number is stationary.Can you find the real value of total number?



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A cipher (or cypher) in cryptography is an encryption or decryption algorithm, a sequence of well-defined steps that can be followed as a method. Encipherment is an additional, less common concept. Enciphering or encoding is the translation of information into text or cipher. Cipher"cipher"code"code" In general, codes substitute for various character string lengths in the output, while ciphers typically substitute for the same number of characters as the input.

A "(secret) code" usually means a "cipher" in non-technical use. However, the terms "code" and "cipher" refer to two distinct definitions within technical discussions. Codes work at the level of context, that is, words or phrases are translated into something else and the code is normally condensed by this chunking. The commercial telegraph code, which was used to shorten lengthy telegraph messages arising from the termination of commercial contracts using telegram exchanges, is an example of this.

The conventional pen and paper ciphers used in the past are often referred to as traditional ciphers. Easy substitution ciphers (such as ROT13) and transposition ciphers are included (such as a Rail Fence Cipher). For instance, "GOOD DOG" can be encrypted as "PLLX XLP" where "L" in the message substitutes "O" "P" for "G" and "X" for "D" The transposition of "GOOD DOG" letters will result in "DGOGDOO"And without plaintext-ciphertext pairs, these simple ciphers and samples are easy to break.

In cryptography, the method of encoding information is encryption. This approach transforms the information's original representation, known as plaintext, into an alternate form known as ciphertext. Ideally, a ciphertext can only be deciphered back into plaintext by approved parties to access the original content. Encryption does not preclude intrusion itself, but denies a would-be interceptor the intelligible content. For technological purposes, an encryption system typically uses a pseudo-random encryption key created by an algorithm receiver, but not for unauthorized users.