Jedditor Lebbisun - welcome to the cafe

so i poked around and found some code i could adapt, a little space in the system i could set aside. now i know you folks like the puzzles, so i came up with a couple simple tricks to disguise our meeting area and password from anyone who might be listening. so just look for the number 3735931646. its pretty simple, dont go looking for any weird complicated codes or youll hex it. once youre there you shouldnt have much trouble finding the right...whats the word, finding the right code or set of rules or instructions or...well whatever, just try finding whats missing, i mean the password. see you there...


Uh-huh...

- by Keriwen Edrekar at Mon, 05 Jan 09 03:23:56 -0500

How wonderful, Jedditor. For those of us who aren't as good as you, oh mighty genius, can you describe in small words how to find your secret hideout?

By the way, I think you meant "jinx it".


important people

- by Keriwen Edrekar at Mon, 05 Jan 09 03:25:01 -0500

did i really? hm.

well dont worry keridwen, ill be able to find all the important people and let them know...privately.


I think I jinxed myself...

- by Littleprelude at Mon, 05 Jan 09 16:03:24 -0500

49 27 6d 20 6c 6f 73 74 20 77 69 74 68 20 74 68 65 20 70 61 73 73 77 6f 72 64 2e 2e 2e 67 6f 74 20 74 68 65 20 77 6f 72 64 2c 20 62 75 74 20 49 27 6d 20 61 73 73 75 6d 69 6e 67 20 74 68 65 72 65 20 61 72 65 20 6e 75 6d 62 65 72 73 20 49 20 63 61 6e 27 74 20 67 65 74 2e 20


look again

- by Jedditor Lebbisun at Mon, 05 Jan 09 16:50:24 -0500

[ ] 	A bracket expression. Matches a single character
that is contained within the brackets. For example,
[abc] matches "a", "b", or "c". [a-z] specifies a range
which matches any lowercase letter from "a" to "z".
These forms can be mixed: [abcx-z] matches "a", "b",
"c", "x", "y", or "z", as does [a-cx-z].

Since many ranges of characters depend on the chosen locale
setting (i.e., in some settings letters are organized as
abc...zABC...Z, while in some others as aAbBcC...zZ), the
POSIX standard defines some classes or categories of
characters as shown in the following table:

[:digit:] 	\d 	[0-9] 	Digits

The following standard quantifiers are recognized:

    *      Match 0 or more times
    +      Match 1 or more times
    ?      Match 1 or 0 times
    {n}    Match exactly n times
    {n,}   Match at least n times
    {n,m}  Match at least n but not more than m times


Making sense of Jedditor

- by Keriwen Edrekar at Wed, 07 Jan 09 18:59:54 -0500

What Jedditor is sneakily saying is that a certain thing translates to "eight letters and then a numeral". Did you really have to post ALL that stuff, Jedditor? It just looks like gibberish if you're not familiar with it.


Helpful, that.

- by Littleprelude at Mon, 12 Jan 09 13:58:06 -0500

Thanks for the translation, Keriwen. Words are more my strong suit than numbers will ever be.


just as planned!

- by Jedditor Lebbisun at Tue, 13 Jan 09 03:53:22 -0500

:D


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