Cryptograms are messages in substitution code. Break the code to read the message. For example, THE SMART CAT might become FVO QWGDF JGF if F is substituted for T, V for H, O for E, and so on.
Hint: Look for repeat letters: E, T, A, O, N, R, and I are the most often used letters. A single letter is usually A or I: OF, IS, and IT are common 2-letter words; THE and AND are common 3-letter words
“FC FT M CHYCR YAFLIHTMZZB MWJAPQZISUIS, CRMC M TFAUZI KMA FA EPTTITTFPA PX M UPPS XPHCYAI, KYTC DI FA QMAC PX M QFXI.”
EHFSI MAS EHINYSFWI
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS22 months ago
Cryptograms are messages in substitution code. Break the code to read the message. For example, THE SMART CAT might become FVO QWGDFJGF if F is substituted for T, V or H, O for E, and so on.Hint: Look for repeat...
by Steve Andrews8 years ago
I am wondering what the rules are exactly, not because I use such words a lot but because I am thinking of doing a hub on famous people I have met and how they didn't or did turn out as I'd imagined. Captain Beefheart...
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