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I have hidden a message in the text below:
CPD6Z98SB2KQNWV0F7Y1IX4GLRA5MTOJHE3U CXZOL6SUI2WTJ30HF519YPGBRNAK48MQVD7E T8COSQU6I2FJN40DKL157WVGPYXARZ3MBHE9 KNCWVZDSR5420LP91FIQGB7Y3A6J8MOUXTEH XF9C4PSDY62TWJ0QBN17IKG3OH8ALVRM5UEZ D9QCHUSN7TW2YZL0O831FGXIR6JA4P5MVBKE ZC7ISQUPK6N20OLV4T31G9FRXBAWM5YJHED8 Z3C7SJVODL25TRQ01HPWGNKXB4UA68YMI9EF BC9OXDHS2FI5Z6U0TYL1VPGQK7ANR38MEWJ4 K4TCQBHS2ZV7FXU0P8R1YGDON3A6JILM9EW5

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find the hidden message and report back on the algorithm you used. I have provided 3 clues of increasing insight to help you on your journey. They should be used only as a last resort.

Clue #1:

Clue #2:

Clue #3:

While I am interested in all approaches, I am hoping that someone creates an efficient general solution to related problems. I have code to generate the hidden message so if anyone is interested in seeing how their solution works on bigger messages let me know.

Cheers - L~R


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