Malbolge/Cryptography Challenge

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Re: Malbolge/Cryptography Challenge

Post by Goatboy on Thu Sep 19, 2013 1:55 pm
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Useful links:

Online Malbolge interpreter
Malbolge, A Quick Guide - Sorta meh
Malbolge debugger - Lets you step through instruction by instruction. Very cool.
Official? Malbolge spec - Better reference than the quick guide imo
Malbolge interpreter in C - Code is the best way to learn, well, code
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Re: Malbolge/Cryptography Challenge

Post by tgoe on Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:15 pm
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Oh ffs, aeroxtk. I can't believe I overlooked something so simple. Even after trying to troll some better info out of you, I couldn't see that there wasn't much to clarify. The official C version of Haval being inconsistent on 64-bit Debian really did have me wondering if that was part of the challenge.

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Re: Malbolge/Cryptography Challenge

Post by aeroxtk on Fri Sep 20, 2013 7:49 am
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Yes, @tgoe is the first one to solve it. Good job.
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