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That is an utterly excellent notion. Thank you.

Doing frequency analysis on several of my strings produces stats like this:

[ undef, 614567, 614576, 785984, 225487, 262875, 174368, 67367, 28011, 30654, 4738, 6848, 3784, 592, 435, 175, 8, 14, 2, ]

Of course, some of those low numbers could be due to the errors, but looking for common differences in the positions of the characters in the reverse of that ordering should confirm or deny my hypothesis very quickly.


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    [Corion]: I still have to see the Pet Shop Boys live before they stop touring at all
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