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Look at the following eight bytes.
ec 04 9d b1 4b a7 75 d6
One is different. Which one is it and why?
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Does anybody have a clue?
I have no idea what this means..hex to unicode
divide each by 4 and 04 is the only byte to give 1
Mh. There must be something that the other 7 have in common.
And it’s not easy, so deviding by something seems not to be the answer.
Hint: It has something to do with coding theory. And it is not “junior” as the title claims 😉
The solution is ‘b1’. All bytes have Hamming distance of at least 4 but b1 has just 3 with some of the other bytes.
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