This cipher is difficult, but breakable: q'C[[C' Kg S7S'OwVTS'S:


The VT is one symbol...use this information how you may


Spaces represent spaces in the message, but other punctuation is part of the code

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This appears to be a simple substitution cipher for

"Grammar is everywhere".

I think I was supposed to get it using

ASCII codes somehow, considering that "vertical tab" is an ASCII character often represented by VT. But just decoding as a cryptogram works too.

  • $\begingroup$ Yeah, you're right. I forgot that this also works as a substitution cipher. Oh well. It is the ASCII binary codes backwards, in ASCII. But I forgot it was still a substitution cipher. $\endgroup$ – Redwolf Programs Mar 26 '18 at 20:47

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