The mucipher package

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To use MuCipher, first import Codec.MuCipher, then pick something to say. Then use showCipher or printCipher to see how to hide the message. After the message is ciphered, it can be deciphered by running it any Haskell interpreter, like Hugs or lambdabot.


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Versions0.5.0, 0.6.0
Change logChangeLog
Dependenciesbase [details]
LicenseGPL
Copyright2008 Andrew Robbins
AuthorAndrew Robbins <and_j_rob@yahoo.com>
MaintainerAndrew Robbins <and_j_rob@yahoo.com>
StabilityExperimental
CategoryCodec
UploadedWed Nov 12 06:26:19 UTC 2008 by AndrewRobbins
DistributionsNixOS:0.6.0
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Readme for mucipher-0.5.0

This is MuCipher.

MuCipher is a small library intended for ciphering short bits of text
in such a way that they can only be decided by running them in any
Haskell interpreter.

Example

	$ ghci
	Prelude> import Codec.MuCipher

	Codec.MuCipher> printCipher "Hello World"
	showIntAtBase 8 (" HWdelor"!!) 1706569195 ""

	Codec.MuCipher>

Have Fun!